She’s the world’s highest-paid model, but she’s apparently more comfortable in a saddle than on a runway.
“Kendall finds that riding for an hour exerts a calming effect that lasts all day,” an insider says.
Now she wants to bring those benefits to others. Jenner, 22, bought a $3 million horse farm in Montana, says the source, with the aim of turning it into a therapy center for girls.
“She doesn’t want to model for that much longer, as it makes her anxiety worse, and she’s been wondering what to do instead,” says the insider. “She’s going to have horses trained as comfort animals, and girls can spend the summer there and ride.
“It’s a long-term project that she’s very excited about.”
As fans know, earlier this year, Jenner ditched her own digital app which gave fans access into her life due to anxiety.
And she recently told Harper’s Bazaar: “I wake up in the middle of the night freaking out. Full panic attacks. They wake me up from my sleep, and I need to stand up and I pace and I’m freaking out and crying.
“I don’t feel normal and I like to feel as normal as I can.”
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