Kylie Jenner may not seem like your average 18-year-old girl, but when you strip away her family's enormous fame and the spotlight that comes with it all, Kylie is still just a teenager at the root of it all. And with that comes rules and regulations—like, no plastic surgery, for example.
As Wonderland's cover girl, the younger of the Jenner sisters played to the camera in a series of brand new laid back shots for the publication's Spring Fame Issue, and along with a series of gorge photos, Kylie opened up about a variety of topics that seem to follow her around.
And that includes the constant speculation that she's gotten a boob and nose job. "People think that I've had everything done. I thought it was going to chill down when I said: ‘OK, I admit it, I got my lips done, I never lied, I just wasn't telling the whole truth'," she explained to the mag.
"And then people took that and were like, ‘Oh well, if she got her lips done she probably got everything done'. People don't realize I just turned 18, so there's no way my mom [Kris Jenner] would ever let me undergo a nose job or a boob job."
While some may assume that her immense popularity would make life easy for the young star, Kylie confesses that having the entire world watching your every move has caused a lot of bullying throughout her childhood.
"Growing up, I've heard the worst things anyone could ever say about me and bullying was such a big part of my life, with the whole entire world judging me and stuff. So I started to look towards people with, like, I think, bigger more real issues than I have."
And don't be fooled. Just because cameras following Kylie and her family around for Keeping Up With the Kardashians doesn't mean you really know who she is as a person. According to the brunette beauty, you're only getting a glimpse at her personal life.
"Nobody really knows who I am. People think that because we have a reality TV show that they know everything, but it's like, I'm not filming right now," she admitted. "That's maybe 5 percent out of my day."
Regardless, the public has witnessed some extremely vulnerable and difficult moments with the family, including Caitlyn Jenner's transition, something that she confesses she's known her entire life.
"I mean, obviously I knew about it my whole life, but it was never admitted to and then when it was all said and done, I honestly just wanted to not be lied to," Kylie said. "I just wanted honesty and no secrets. I'm OK with everything, as long as everyone's honest. I want to encourage people to live their life, you know?"
In addition to her candid interview, Kylie did what she does best and put on her model face in front of the camera for Wonderland's spread. And it looks like she may have taken a few pointers from her supermodel sis Kendall Jenner.
Many sisters share a unique connection with each other and these two are no different. In fact, their link is so strong, even when they're apart, they're striking the same pose.
The 18-year-old reality star's beauty look is subdued as she models in a bathroom in briefs, while kissing her beloved dog, gearing up to play pool and primping her eyelashes with some mascara.
Even the social media mogul couldn't help but acknowledge the refreshing style of the shoot. "I love how different this cover is," she gushed on Instagram.
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While the cover may be "different" to Kylie, it was almost impossible to ignore one of the shoot's uncanny resemblance to another image we have seen before—her sister Kendall's new Calvin Klein ad.
As one of the faces of the brand's Spring 2016 campaign, the 20-year-old supermodel drifts off to sleep on a bed with her arm laying peacefully on her waist. It's undeniable—Kylie is coincidentally channeling her older sis. While it's certainly a typical pose, we can't get over just how in sync their brainwaves are.
Their cohesion comes as no surprise considering the Jenner gals have been working in tandem to launch their biggest project together yet—the Kendall + Kylie collection, which debuted at New York Fashion Week in February.
"This collection is our most elevated and sophisticated, yet it's so versatile. There's something for everyone, no matter your age," Kylie told Vogue. "Kendall and I are excited to start wearing it and can't wait to see our friends in it, too."
Between sporting the same clothes and rocking the same poses, these celebrity siblings are definitely #twinning.