‘We Lived in a Horse Community,’ and Other Highlights From Kendall Jenner in GQ

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Kendall Jenner on the cover of GQ. Photo: GQ

Should you one day encounter, perhaps in the fields of Pennsylvania's Amish country, an individual not currently keeping up with the Kardashians, you are going to have some explaining to do. We're here to help. Zach Baron's GQ profile of Kendall Jenner paints a hallucinogenic Kardashian portrait; below, a helpful primer of facts we gleaned regarding the family's second-youngest daughter.

On her childhood:

Casually, she'll say things like "When I was younger, we lived in a horse community."

On her driving:

Bruce taught her how to drive when she was only 10, she says; doing it now "makes me feel like I'm home."

On her rank among the Kardashian clan:

She is the regal JFK to her mother's liquor-running Joe Kennedy

On growing up in public:

Do you think you would have chosen [to be on TV] if you were the one choosing?

"Like, now?" She seems genuinely surprised by the question. "If someone was like, 'Do you...?' Honestly, I can't answer that question. I have no idea. I don't remember. I was 10 years old when the TV show started. I don't remember what it was like before."

On reports of her father's possible transition ("Bruce's Journey: How He Told His Kids," per the cover of Us Weekly):

"All that is bullshit ... I don't even know what they're talking, so I have no idea."

Also, Kris's ringtone is "Gold Digger."