Kendall Jenner has no issues with posing topless for her modelling career.
Kendall Jenner is comfortable posing topless.
The 18-year-old model recently appeared naked from the waist up on the cover of Love magazine after doing a similar shoot previously for Interview magazine but insisted that she has no qualms about it.
Speaking to Australian DJ's Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O on KIIS FM, Kendall said: ''The people that I work with make me very comfortable.''
The cover shows Kendall wearing just a pair of jeans and a fur hood, with her arms protecting her modesty.
Meanwhile, Kendall's mother, Kris Jenner, 58, has gushed in the past that her daughter has the ''perfect body''.
The showbiz matriarch - who also manages her children - is proud of her model daughter's looks and has no problem with her topless shoots.
She said: ''She's a model and that's really her profession. She's really good at what she does.
''She has like, the perfect body, especially one that wants to be in the modelling business. I don't know, I got a lot of curves and I couldn't pull that off. But she always looks remarkable.''
Kris - who believes topless shoots just ''come with the territory'' of modelling - also credited Kendall's attitude towards the industry and admitted that the teen - who was featured in American Vogue - ''just wants to do a good job''.
She explained: ''She's got such a good heart, and she's such a good kid. And she's really so happy in her own skin. She's not shy... it doesn't bother her.''
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