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In the latest issue of Paper Magazine, themed "YOUth" and spelled thusly, Kylie Jenner echoes similar thoughts on fame that she has in the past — namely, that she's kind of over it.
"I day dream about when I can get to a place in my life where I can be off the radar," she said when responding to the question, "What do you daydream about?" She also repeated the fact that she'd one day like to have a "really big family and a farm."
This sentiment carries over into the accompanying photo shoot, where it appears that Kylie Jenner has cloaked herself in a very large, very cozy-looking fame-protectant coat that basically screams, "Go away please, I'm busy not being famous."
Other photos from the spread include Kylie covering up her face:
Kylie in cartoonish wigs:
And Kylie with exaggerated lipstick (get it?):
Read the entire interview here.