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Kylie Jenner Says Having To Hide Her True Personality Is Sad

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Reality TV star Kylie Jenner revealed that she could not show her authentic self.

Jenner attended James Charles‘ YouTube program in order to promote her new leopard cosmetics collection; during the filming Jenner, who lives with a “camera crew” even in her house for ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians‘ admitted that she was feeling sad to have to hide her real character in front of the cameras.

While making a Halloween make-up Jenner told Charles:

“I think that I showed my true personality for so long ago on Vine and when I first started Instagram. But as I got bigger and bigger, I just realized, like, I don’t know…”

Opening her personal life to the public through a reality show since she was 9, Jenner continued that she was hesitating to show people everything about her real character:

“When people used to say mean things about how I really am and my personality and what I love the most about myself, it would hurt me more than almost playing a character, not showing people everything. So yeah, I just started doing a little less, which is sad. It’s sad. It makes me sad.”

Then Charles said that she was witty and funny, Jenner responded to him as follows:

“You saying that… that’s a bigger compliment to me. But it’s something that is so sacred.”

During the make-up tutorial, Jenner also stated that she was a proud mother to Stormi Webster, who she shares with rapper Travis Scott. The founder of Kylie Cosmetics said she was willing to expand her family.

I want more so bad. I actually think about it every day. I just still don’t know when. I’m not planning, I don’t have time for that to happen. You can’t want more almost.”

See below to watch Charles and Jenner’s YouTube video.

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