It’s no secret that Kim desperately wants to be featured on the cover of ‘Vogue’ magazine. But now there’s a chance her little sister Kendall could get the opportunity instead. A source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY exactly how Kim feels about that — and it’s not what you might expect!
Kim Kardashian isn’t the least bit jealous of her little sister Kendall Jenner. In fact, Kim is super proud of the up-and-coming model’s relationship with Anna Wintour, and she wants Kendall’s modeling career to thrive, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
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The Kardashians believe that blood is thicker than water and that’s ever so evident in Kim and Kendall’s relationship. Everyone knows Kim, 33, wants to be on the cover of Vogue. But now that her 18-year-old sister is fresh on the modeling scene, Kim is pumping her breaks, putting her own wants aside and cheering Kendall on!
“There’s no way Kim is envious of Kendall,” a source close to the sisters tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “She loves Kendall and everything she’s doing in her life and career. Kim thought Kendall looked stunning when she served face on the runway at Marc Jacobs.”
“She’s so proud of her baby sister and wants her to have a successful and illustrious modeling career,” the source adds.
What a supportive sister Kim is! Kendall is so lucky to have her.
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We’re told that Kim was bit by the fame bug at an early age, and she wants every single member of her family to be as famous and rich as she is! And she’s optimistic that Kendall is well on her way.
“The Kardashians are all about sharing the wealth and creating opportunities for their family,” the source tells us. “They just don’t compete with one another. So if Kendall were to get Vogue‘s cover, Kim would be the first person to buy it, read it, cry at how gorgeous her sister would look, and then get on the phone or drive to her house to congratulate her.”
So sweet! That’s what sisters are for. What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Let us know.
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