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Kendall's supportive texts

Published 01/03/2014

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner has the full support of her family as she embarks on a career in modelling.

The socialite wowed the crowds at both the New York and London legs of Fashion Week recently.

She graced the catwalk in the US for Marc Jacobs, piquing the interest of fashionistas around the world with her high-end look and daring outfit that showed off her bare chest.

"My family have been texting me every day to say how proud they are," Kendall gushed to British magazine Grazia.

After New York, Kendall jetted over to London to walk for Giles Deacon, where she strutted alongside Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn.

It was only the 18-year-old's second trip to the British capital, and as soon as her runway duties were over she headed straight out to shop.

"It was my life dream to walk for Marc Jacobs. And being part of Giles Deacon's show was unbelievably exciting.

"This is only my second time in London... it's awesome. I absolutely love Topshop, I couldn't believe how big it was," she laughed.

Kendall is well known for being part of the Kardashian/ Jenner clan, and stars alongside her famous family in Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Her big sisters Kim, Khloé and Kourtney have been supportive of her move into fashion, and Kendall says she now appreciates how much hard work goes into a career in modelling.

"Now that I’ve done a major show like that [Marc Jacobs], I have a really new appreciation for models on the runway.

"And when I sit front row now, I understand all the hard work that happens a little bit better," she recently admitted.

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