Kylie Jenner is following in the footsteps of her cover girl sisters, and has snagged the front of Teen Vogue for their May 2015 issue.
The 17-year-old socialite is counting down the days until she turns 18, but she’s already doing a ton more adult things than average girls of her age. In the magazine, Kylie opens up about her future desire to start a family, battling self-esteem issues, and her plans for the big birthday.
On wanting to start a family:
“When I look to the far future and decide to have kids, I need to have a million girls. Ten years from now—in 2025—I hope I have a kid.”
On her self-esteem and having the spotlight in public:
“I feel like I’ve heard the worst anyone can say about me over and over every day. So it’s like my self-esteem definitely wasn’t good at a point, I guess? But especially having the most beautiful sisters in the world…I just try to find what makes me feel good and be as confident as possible.”
On her plans for when she turns 18 years old:
“I’m moving out when I turn 18. I’m ready to live on my own. It’s a really big step, but I’m ready. I wanted a house near my family in a quiet neighborhood with a front yard and a backyard that my dog will like. Also, I have so many shoes, and none of them fit in my old closet.”
On scrolling through Instagram and seeing a person she has a crush on, with most signs pointing to Tyga:
“I can’t say who I’m obsessed with [laughs]…I’m not really obsessed with anyone except for the people that I like romantically. I get excited when they post. Sometimes I like to stalk my exes.”
See the rest of the article on Teen Vogue, and stay tuned for her issue to hit the newsstands on April 28th.
SOURCE: Teen Vogue | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Instagram
Kylie Jenner's Transformation
1. Kylie switches up her hair.Source: 1 of 6
2. Kylie rocks red and dark locks.Source: 2 of 6
3. New Ky.Source: 3 of 6
4. Kylie this past March.Source: 4 of 6
5. A quick selfie.Source: 5 of 6
6. Dolphin blue.Source: 6 of 6
Kylie Jenner Talks Wanting To Start A Family, Self-Esteem Issues, & More With ‘Teen Vogue’ was originally published on globalgrind.com