Following the grand finale of long running reality series, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, executive producer Farnaz Farjam has revealed Kendall Jenner participated in the series after making one golden rule clear: her romantic partners wouldn’t be involved in the show.
In a podcast interview with The Daily Dish, Farjam explained, “Kendall’s always had this rule, which she felt like she had to be with someone for at least a year before she lets them be a part of the show and in the show, because she doesn’t always know what people’s intentions are. So that’s why we kind of kept her personal life out of it, just because she had a rule.”
While Jenner remained a mainstay on her family’s show, she became known to make fewer appearances throughout the seasons when compared to her sisters.
Farjam also weighed in on younger sister, Kylie as she elected to keep her relationship with Travis Scott out of the show’s central themes. “I feel like Kylie became more participatory this last season towards the end, and Kendall has dipped in and out.”
The producer also points out that the girls have grown up on the show and have evolved along with it, “they were at an age…like, if you think about when you’re a young adult coming into your adulthood, I think you sometimes care a lot more what the outside world has to say about you”.
As a result of her very sensible rule, Jenner has managed to keep many of her past relationships from unravelling on the TV show. Her split from basketball pro Ben Simmons was kept largely under wraps. As was her split from Harry Styles, who she was spotted chatting with at the Brit Awards in 2020, proving that they are still good friends. She and her current beau, basketball athlete Devin Booker have been together for over a year.
The couple confirmed their relationship on social media via a series of loved-up Instagram stories. Jenner and Booker were first spotted on a road trip from Los Angeles to Arizona together in April 2020.