Kylie Jenner is getting tired of her fans speculating whether or not she has had any plastic surgery - especially to her rather plump lips. However, the young reality TV star is adamant she has never gone under the knife as of yet, but who knows what her future holds.

Kylie Jenner
Jenner isn't ruling out plastic surgery in the future

While being interviewed by the February issue of Cosmopolitan, of which she features on the front cover, the 17-year-old spoke candidly of growing up in fame, and constantly dealing with false cosmetic surgery rumours.

In recent months, her many admirers have targeted Jenner's lips as they appear to be noticeably larger, which leads many to believe she has had lip injections. But the brunette beauty simply puts her changing facial features down to getting older.

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"You guys have watched me grow up since I was 9," she said. "My face is going to get different. Now, I know how to do my makeup, contour and everything."

And when asked about being interested in plastic surgery, she responded, "I'd never say no, but I don't desire it right now."

Jenner shot to fame at a very early age due to starring in her family's hit show 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians,' but one negative aspect about growing up in the spotlight that has always affected her is dealing with the intrusive media since she was a child.

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"When I was like 10, 11, 12, I had a really hard time with the media. During your adolescence, girls deal with their peers at school, then they go home and they don't have to deal with it (there)," she said. "It was a lot more haters to deal with . especially since I was younger and my sisters were so beautiful and had it all together."

Jenner even confessed to having moments when she thought she doesn't "want this life anymore," but the youngest Kardashian quickly stated, "I wouldn't trade it for the world...the good is definitely worth the bad."