Kylie Jenner may seem confident and carefree, but in reality, she’s allegedly jealous of her big sis Kendall’s success in the fashion world. Can these two keep their sisterly love alive if Kylie continues to be green with envy?
Could sisters Kylie Jenner, 17, and Kendall Jenner, 19, be feuding? Kylie is allegedly feeling upstaged by her older sister, due to her modeling success, and it’s tearing the two apart, according to a new report. And how Kylie’s allegedly reacting to Kendall’s accomplishments is anything but mature.
Kylie Jenner Jealous Of Kendall Jenner — Bitter Feelings On Sister’s Success?
The Jenner sisters haven’t been on speaking terms with each other at all, sources told InTouch Weekly.
“Kylie’s bitter that Kendall is doing better than her and it’s driven a wedge between them,” a source told the magazine.
“Kylie has never been interesting in modeling as she feels like that is Kendall’s thing,” a source told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “Still, she will do it from time to time if offered especially if it is artistic and cutting edge. She’s not interested in doing the standard fashion magazine shoot.”
Still, Kendall can’t seem to shake those jealous feelings.
“Kendall is jet-setting around the world with her celebrity friends, while poor Kylie is at home moping around,” the source told InTouch. “She feels like the black sheep of the family and completely left out.”
It’s easy to see why Kylie would be so bummed by getting left in the dust by her sister. They have always been super close — even working together on several business ventures.
On top of that, they have a mountain of other issues to deal with — especially now with their father’s shocking revelation that he’s transitioning to female.
These two are going to need each other now more than ever. They’re both worried for their father and have been clinging to one another to get through the transition, until recently.
Hopefully they can work things out!
HollywoodLifers what do you think? Should Kylie stop worrying about what Kendall’s doing and find her own lane?
— Rivea Ruff