Kylie Jenner PacSun Designer 2013: 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' Star Can't Remember Time Wasn't Famous, Says 'Grateful For Everything'


Kylie Jenner can't remember a time when she wasn't in famous and in the public eye. The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star and PacSun designer recently said that she's "grateful for everything."

According to US Weekly, the 16-year-old has been in the spotlight with her well-known family, living a glitzy and glamorous life. 

Jaden Smith's rumored girlfriend admitted that she didn't need to get used to being famous. While at the grand opening of Sugar Factory in Hollywood, Calif. on Wednesday, the youngest Jenner opened up about life in the limelight.

"I don't remember how it was before [I was famous] because I was nine when this all started," said Jenner to US. "So it's kind of like I grew up into it. It's kind of like I don't know any different."

Jenner has been filming the smash E! reality series with her family since 2007. Since then, Kris and Bruce Jenner's daughter has used her name to spread her wings in everything from fashion to books with big sister, Kendall.

In fact, the teen model has some exciting projects on the horizon now. 

"We're still working on our Pac Sun line," explained Jenner. "We have a jewelry line at Nordstrom and we're coming out with a book that we're really excited about. I would love to in the future maybe create my own line and branch away from Kendall and continue Pac Sun."

And there's is something else that Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian's youngest sibling might try her hand at, too.

"[Maybe] try acting or something," confessed Jenner. "I have no clue."

Though fame has brought her luxury and opportunity, Jenner doesn't take it for granted, reported the celebrity news magazine.

"Its brought me such great things," added Jenner. "I'm so grateful for everything."

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