Kendall Jenner won't do own spin-off show
Kendall Jenner would never do her own reality show spin-off.
The 20-year-old model shot to fame as a child when she starred on her family's E! programme 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' but, despite her half-siblings branching off and nabbing their own series', she's adamant she'd never do it alone.
When asked whether she'd do her own spin-off show, Kendall said: "No, I like working with my family too much."
And, although she's rarely on the show now that she's made a name for herself as a model, the brunette beauty claims she would have tried to pursue a career as a farmer if she hadn't bagged a job on the catwalk.
Asked what she would do if she wasn't a model, Kendall told Vogue magazine: "Probably working on a farm somewhere."
Meanwhile, Kendall may not be interested in getting her own show but her half-brother Rob Kardashian and his fiancée Blac Chyna are currently shooting their new series 'Rob & Chyna', which will document their wedding preparations and their transition into parenthood as they're expecting their first child.
However, the filming for the show hasn't been going according to plan as they reportedly spend a lot of their time squabbling and yelling at one another in front of the cameras.
Production sources told TMZ they fight over a variety of issues, from the reclusive sock designer's weight, to posts on social media, to money and fame, and very few things are not filmed.
It was claimed recently that Rob, 29, has been having second thoughts about doing the show and his indecision has only caused more conflict with his girlfriend, making for "really good TV".
The show was said to be "in crisis" recently as Rob had been skipping filming and worried the programme would "compromise" his relationship with the 28-year-old beauty, who also has son King Cairo, three, with ex-boyfriend Tyga.