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Kendall Jenner covers Miss Vogue

Published 26/11/2012

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner has made a stunning appearance on the cover of Australian Miss Vogue magazine.

The half-sister of Kim Kardashian cuts a striking pose as she graces the pages of the glossy publication in a stunning photoshoot.

The 17-year-old is clearly the envy of Kim, who posted a picture of the teenager on her blog, entitling it "Kendall's legs...I'm jealous!"

In the snap the young reality TV star is shown in black hotpants and high heels, as she poses hand on hip.

Kendall's slender frame lends itself perfectly to modelling and the socialite looks just as gorgeous in the rest of her pictures.

One shows the youngster in a black backless dress teamed with an elegant over-sized hat, which mysteriously covers her face.

For her cover photo, Kendall wears the backless dress and hat combination, but shows her eyes as she flashes the camera a sultry look.

Whereas most of the pictures feature monochrome looks, Kendall has another chance to show off her perfect pins in a more colourful outfit.

The star is seen in a beautiful orange and black corset swimsuit, teamed with a voluminous white blouse.

Kendall's sisters were all quick to congratulate her on the stunning shots.

"I AM OBSESSED WITH YOU KENDALL! WOW. Breathtaking (sic)," Kourtney tweeted.

"The Miss Vogue shoot @kendalljenner shot is stunning," Kim added.

Kendall is no stranger to modelling, having recently teamed up with sister Kylie to promote a new prom dress line by designer Sherri Hill.

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