Kendall Jenner uploaded a series of never-before-seen snapshots from the past few weeks, which even gave a glimpse of her relationship with boyfriend Devin Booker.
The 25-year-old supermodel documented some of her favorite people and hobbies on Instagram, including sunbathing by the pool with a bottle of her 818 tequila, horseback riding and playing tennis with rapper Yung Taco.
She captioned the slideshow with just a single red emoji as she surfaced fond memories and gave her fans a rare glimpse into her relationship with Booker, 24.
Blissful: Kendall Jenner uploaded a series of never-before-seen snapshots from the past few weeks, giving her Instagram followers a look at her relationship with boyfriend Devin Booker
As you sit in the reality star’s passenger seat, you can watch the Phoenix Suns player sit back as Jenner’s beloved guard dog Pyro rested on his shoulder.
The lovebirds, who have reportedly been dating since July 2020, have largely hidden their romance aside from the occasional Instagram story or flirty social media comments.
In addition to spending time with Booker, she enjoyed an outdoor picnic with Yung Taco, who reminisced about the food, including Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers.
Lots of love: She captioned the slideshow with just a single red emoji while popping up sweet memories and giving her fans a rare glimpse into her relationship with Booker, 24
Hostess: Jenner shared a photo of her dining table, which was set up perfectly with a bowl of salad
“I was too hungover to really appreciate the walking sticks,” said the 24-year-old rapper and DJ.
Jenner also shared a photo of her Tibetan Singing Bowls, which have incredible healing effects and are widely recommended by health professionals to treat anxiety.
In her final and final installment of her four-part video series Open Minded with Vogue this week, Jenner sat down with Lori Gottlieb to discuss anticipatory anxiety.
Mental Health First: Jenner shared a photo of her singing bowls, which have incredible healing effects and are widely recommended by health professionals
Horseback Riding: Jenner shared footage from a recent ride on one of her horses
Anticipatory fear, said Healthline, “describes fear and worry about bad things that could happen.”
Symptoms can include difficulty concentrating, emotional numbness, trouble sleeping, nausea, loss of appetite, muscle tension, and more.
Speaking to Dr. Jorge Partida of the Los Angeles County Mental Health Department, Kendall admitted that her “relationship with social media is a little addictive.”
‘I do not like [it] and I’m not proud to say that, ”said the reality star. “But I also feel like that’s something most of us can probably relate to.”
Galloping away: Jenner looked completely at ease as she rode her horse
Cool Cars: Jenner shared a photo of her cool car collection
Speaking of social media, she added: ‘There’s just literally too much. I notice that the more I look at the screen, the more distant I feel with my own body or with what is happening right in front of me. ‘
The eldest daughter of Caitlyn and Kris Jenner said that “ it really is inescapable, ” as she is still one of the most followed celebs across multiple platforms, including 163 million followers on Instagram and 31.4 million more on Twitter.
Kendall noted that she gets upset when people quickly judge her online without regard to context or accuracy, and “the amount of negativity” she encounters.
Yum! In addition to spending time with Booker, she enjoyed an outdoor picnic with Yung Taco, who reminisced about the food, including Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers
“Something that boils my blood, that really frustrates me, and I think it upsets me the most is when someone claims a false story for me,” she said. “The internet, I think, bases things on such small moments without context.”
Jenner said she’s haunted by ‘something as simple as’ [people] didn’t like the way i looked [a] photo, ‘adding,’ Because of social media everything is highlighted, everything is highlighted, be it good or bad. ‘
She also spoke of being a ‘real hypochondriac’ at times and feeling like she ‘needed to be rushed to the hospital’ because she thinks her ‘heart is failing’ or that she is ‘dying’ .