Kendall and Kylie Jenner think they've had a much tougher rise to fame than their Kardashian half-siblings because of their young age.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner claim it's hard growing up in the spotlight.
The teenagers rose to fame on reality TV show 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' alongside their older half-siblings Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Rob Kardashian, and insist they've had a much harder time dealing with the constant media attention than the rest of their family because of their young age.
Kendall, 18, told People magazine: ''They got to live their teen years in a very different way than we did. They lived it normally and then once they were already grown up, they went through what we're now going through.
''They even say to us: 'If I was in your position, I would not be able to handle it.' ''
The sisters recently sparked rumours they were using fake identification cards to get into over 21 nightclubs after they were spotted leaving the Vignette lounge in West Hollywood, but brunette model Kendall brushed off the claims.
She said: ''We're growing up and no one seems to want to accept it, but whatever.''
Kylie, 16, added: ''You just have to come back and realize all of the great things that have come out of it. All of the good you can do with having the spotlight on you and just having your family around you.''
Kendall gushed: ''She's amazing. We love it. I mean we loved being an aunt to Mason and Penelope so the third one was a great, great thing for us. We love it.''
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