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Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin, Coachella, Instagram


Kylie Jenner is busy celebrating officially becoming a legal adult today, but Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin might have found a way to one up the newly turned 18-year-old, as they both got inked!

Kendall and Hailey opted for matching broken heart tattoos on the inside of their middle fingers. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star chose the color white for her tattoo, while Hailey picked red for hers. Hailey Snapchatted the matching tattoos but deleted the pic, but not before fan accounts could screengrab the shot! As for why they chose broken hearts? "They always wanted to get this," a source tells E! News.

No, it doesn't necessarily mean they both had their heart broken recently. In fact, Kendall has been happily dating Nick Jonas, so her heart is anything but broken! Although Kendall, 19, and Nick, 22, are a "very new" couple, per a source, they're taking it very slowly despite spending a lot of time together thanks to their mutual BFFs Gigi Hadid and Joe Jonas. Nick is still fresh off of a breakup, as he and Olivia Culpo split two months ago after two years together.

Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin, Twitter, Tattoo


"I wish the best for her in the future and we had a great two years," the former Disney star told E! News shortly after the split.

Nick has always been very vocal about his desire to focus on his work, so maybe Kendall will be the perfect match for him. Whether she's strutting her stuff on haute couture catwalks or posing for countless fashion campaigns, work is always on her mind. She's also keeping busy with a new shoe collection that she is co-designing with Kylie, so she definitely has her hands full!

Both celebs have insanely busy schedules, but if they're willing to give it a shot then hopefully they can make it work! So far G.I. Joe has been a roaring success, so here's hoping Kendall and Nick can make it work, too! If not, she always has a finger tat that will ultimately sum up her feelings post-split.