Kendall Jenner admits she finds the pressure on her to be perfect "lame" because modelling isn't part of "real life".
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star believes it is "stupid" for people to perceive her and her model friends as 'perfect', as modelling isn't part of "real life".
She said: "It's so lame. Especially in this world, everyone looks at you with a magnifying glass. I think that that's just stupid because no one is perfect.
"I know some of the most beautiful people out there and ... I know they're not perfect, whether that's on the outside or the inside. No one will ever be perfect, so it's just stupid to put someone's face on a magazine cover saying, 'This is what you should look like.' It's kind of my job but it's not real life."
The 20-year-old television personality also revealed she refuses to read any comments made about her on social media as she doesn't want to "put [herself] in that position" of being unhappy.
She added to news.com.au: "I don't read anything of that nature. If you put yourself in that position, you're not going to be happy.
"I think that for us, we kind of grew up with fame. We've grown up around it our entire lives, so we kind of understood what it was a bit. So I think that that helped a lot, for the point we're at now. I think that helped a tonne."