Kendall Jenner Admits to Body Insecurities When Comparing Herself To Her 'Sexy' Sisters

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Even supermodel Kendall Jenner has struggled with comparing her body to others.

Even supermodel Kendall Jenner has struggled with comparing her body to others'.

The 23-year-old star opens up about not always fitting in with her famous older sisters, including Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian and Kim Kardashian West, in a new interview with The Telegraph. Kendall, who at 5-foot-10 is notably taller than her sisters, says she grew up lanky and didn't always feel comfortable with her "twiggy" physique.

"My sisters are a lot curvier than me," Kendall says, via multiple outlets. "They have boobs and I don't have boobs. Growing up being this little twiggy girl, I saw my sisters and always thought, 'Oh, no, am I supposed to be more sexy like them?'"

Of course, Kendall now embraces that she doesn't always fit into the Kardashian aesthetic.

"I'm not necessarily a lot like them," she acknowledges. "I like that I have a different vibe to everyone. I like to do different things. And that's OK."

In February, Kendall admitted that she does get affected by negative comments she reads about herself online.

"I have cried endlessly for days because of things people have said to me, and I've had to become stronger through it," she told Allure. "I mean, don't get me wrong: I am not superhuman. I definitely feel, and the things people say online are very hurtful. You also just have to live your life and not pay attention to it."

"I think that [self-care] ties into our day and age and social media," she added about using meditation to cope. "We can't say that we all haven't fallen victim to seeing other beautiful women online and seeing this perfect picture that everyone creates, because you do create it, by the way."

Kendall was at Coachella over the weekend, where she reunited with her good friend Justin Bieber and hung out with his wife, Hailey, while supporting Jaden Smith at his performance. Watch the video below for more: