Is Kendall Jenner Really Ready To Move Out Of Home?


Kendall Jenner may have declared that she's ready to move out of home, but the 18-year-old model has hinted she's not ready to give up her childhood comforts just yet.

The reality show has moved her modelling career into the big leagues this year, walking the runway at London Fashion Week, and now the teen wants some independence to go with her new job.

In a new episode of the family reality show Keeping up with the Kardashians, Kendall was seen planning her 18th birthday party when big sister Kim asked if she had planned to do anything after the big day.

 Kendall Jenner is ready to spread her wings (WENN)

Kendall shocked everybody by saying: "I kind of want to move out."

The brunette went on to say in an off-camera interview, ahead of her birthday on November 3rd: "I am looking forward to turning 18 … it’s one of my first steps in becoming an independent woman, and one of the first things I want to do is get a place of my own … it’s exciting to see what’s out there!"

While Kim doesn't approved of her little sis flying the next, telling her: "If I could give you any advice, it would be to live here as long as you can", the family might be reassured to know that the teen is still a big kid at heart.

Jumping on her Instagram account on Sunday, Kendall shared a photo of a well loved childhood toy called 'Muffin', who looks to be a favourite of the star.

When she was busy in London for Fashion Week earlier this month, the teen also tweeted about feeling homesick, telling her followers:

"CAN'T WAIT to go home to my sisters and have a F.A.B.B. time! ;)". Surely Kendall isn't ready to leave little sister Kylie and set up home on her own just yet?

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