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Kendall Jenner to quit KUWTK?

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Kendall Jenner wants to quit 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.

The 18-year-old beauty reportedly wants to give up on her family's reality show as she has been advised it could be damaging to her modelling career, which is so far going well and has seen her walk the runway for the likes of Chanel and Givenchy.

A source told the Daily Mail newspaper: "She has been advised by friends in the fashion industry that reality TV could damage her modeling career."

While Kendall is contractually bound to finish filming the latest series of the show, she has pulled out of appearing in any spin-off programmes.

The source added: "Kendall had the option to pull out of any other potential shows and that's exactly what she's done."

The news comes weeks after it was claimed Kendall's half-brother Rob Kardashian - who is said to not be on speaking terms with many of his relatives and even missed his sister Kim's recent wedding to Kanye West - wants to back out of the show as he feels it has "ruined" his family.

A source previously said: "Rob feels that the reality show has truly ruined his family, and that momager Kris Jenner is always on the look out for the next big deal for one of her daughters.

"His significant weight gain has only added to the stress in his life. He has been working out but has very bad eating habits. He just feels very alone.

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