Kendall Jenner tells the rough story surrounding her famous Kardashian-Jenner family.
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Kendall Jenner tells the story of her family.
The reality TV show The Kardashians is set to return for a second season soon.
In addition, few teasers and promotional videos have been uploaded ahead of the official release.
The first trailer shocked us all, featuring a seemingly sensational exchange between ex-lovers Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson.
But the latest photos show Kendall Jenner talking about the family. She mentions their perceptions in front of the press and public eyes.
The promotion consisted of scenes of Jenner getting on a plane.
The 26-year-old supermodel said in her confession, ‘The story of me and my family is too inconsistent. It just doesn’t change anything.’
Also at the end of the clip, Khloe Kardashian wears sunglasses and confidently claims ‘We’s built for this’.
Meanwhile, Jenner has revealed in several previous interviews about her ongoing battle with anxiety. In her recent interview with her Vogue last week, she said that self-care helps prevent insomnia.
Jenner said, ‘I like to rest in the evening. I usually take a break while drinking tea, reading a book or writing a diary.’
She also said, ‘I’ve struggled with anxiety for years and there may be good days and bad days. If you want to relax, you should meditate for 15 minutes to relieve anxiety and get a good night’s sleep.’
More about Kardashian Season 2
The new teaser begins with Kim Kardashian and her sisters filming for this year’s viral variety interview.
In the promotion, Kardashian can be heard saying, ‘I’ve always wanted people to know who I really am.’
The first season of the Kardashians was, of course, a success. Therefore, fans are eagerly waiting for the release of the upcoming season.
Nevertheless, the show is set to return to television screens and streaming networks on September 22, 2022.
Meanwhile, Bethenny Frankel criticized the Kardashian-Jenner clan in a recent podcast.
She criticized the entertainment industry for “promoting unrealistic standards of beauty” along with “misleading examples.”
The Real Housewives of New York City star spoke more about family dominance on social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter.
She also said the five sisters promote a ‘narcissistic, narcissistic, misguided message’.