All The Secrets Kylie Jenner Revealed During Her New Reality Show

Kylie Jenner has grown up in the limelight, and has shown her followers to a large extent what being a 19 year old with fame and fortune is like. From tell-all stories on her snapchat to the risque photos on her Instagram, she seems like an open book. 

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Though the veteran of Keeping Up With The Kardashians does not agree as she exposes a whole new side of herself on her new spinoff series that debuted last night called Life of Kylie. 

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Just at the end of her 19th year, with her birthday being in 3 days, Kylie wanted to show people what being Kylie Jenner is really like. 

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The show gets personal quickly with the first episode showing Kylie chatting with her BFF about the pressures connected to living up to the Kardashian-Jenner name. She talks about a desire to flee from all of it. Throughout the episode she also talked about how she hates a lot of the attention she gets, and if she had a choice she wouldn't have chosen this kind of life for herself. 

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Jenner also spoke about her sisters as she talked about the differences between her and Kim. Saying that she respects her older sister for wanting to be in the lime light and being able to handle it all the time. For Kylie though, she'd rather be able to do normal things without being watched or found out.  

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The young star also spoke about recently seeking therapy in efforts to better handle her lifestyle and see if she was meant for it. What she learned was that while her sister, Kendall Jenner and her circle of friends like Hailey Baldwin and Gigi Hadid are "made for this life," Kylie herself is not. 

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The soon to be 20 year old confessed in the premiere that she sometimes goes mad over the hateful comments people post on her social media. As a result she has lost her sense of humour and continues to search for her personality in a world where everyone is telling her who to be. 

Though she has her struggles, she does understand her privilege. Jenner spoke in the first episode about how she realizes that she is living the dream of millions of young girls. Yet also appreciates the moments that make her feel like a normal 19 year old girl. 

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Life of Kylie airs on E! Sundays @ 9 

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