Kylie Jenner admits she doesn't want daughter to copy her as she appears to call out beauty standards
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The new season of The Kardashians is soon set to hit our screens, and it looks like there could be some huge revelations in store.
In a new trailer for the upcoming third series, Kylie Jenner appears to broach the subject of beauty standards:
Season three of the hit show will land on Hulu and Disney+ on 25 May, with Kylie, Kim, Kendall, Khloe, and Kourtney letting the world in on their lives.
And as you'd expect, there's plenty of confrontation and drama in store for fans.
One of the most contentious topics that will be broached in the third season is the incredibly high bar the sisters have set for other women and how they look.
It's fair to say their appearance has changed somewhat over the years, with the quartet looking decidedly different to their younger selves.
I mean, we all change as we get older, but they really take the biscuit.
And it looks like Kylie in particular will get pretty introspective about the whole thing in the new series, appearing to question her life choices and the example she is setting for her daughter.
At one point in the trailer, the 25-year-old says: "All of us just need to have a bigger conversation about the beauty standards that we're setting.
"I don't want my daughter to do the things I did. I wish I never touched anything to begin with."
In an earlier trailer, she also asked: "We have huge influence. What are we doing with our power?"
However, this comes after Kylie denied claims that she has had tons of plastic surgery in the past.
For years, people have speculated that she and her sisters have had a lot of work done to help them achieve their looks.
But she's adamant that that's just not the case.
Speaking to HommeGirls magazine, she said: "I think a big misconception about me is that I’ve had so much surgery on my face and that I was some insecure person, and I really wasn’t!
"Yeah, I love full lips and wanted full lips, but growing up I was always the most confident person in the room.
"I was the girl performing for everyone. I had my one lip insecurity thing, so I got lip filler, and it was the best thing I’ve ever done.
"I don’t regret it. But I always thought I was cute."