Kylie Jenner, probably the most famous 18-year-old on the planet right now, sat down with Ellen DeGeneres this week and proved she's got a lot more going on than just being the queen of Snapchat.
Jenner opened up about her experiences with her father's transition from Bruce to Caitlyn, saying that she always knew that there was a 'secret' there and that she actually prefers Caitlyn because she is "living her true authentic self".
"I feel like we hang out a lot more, there's no secrets," she told DeGeneres. "She's really living her authentic true self. And I feel like that's awesome and also I want to be someone from my generation to like, be an example because I think that's so awesome and I think that other girls and boys my age will maybe see that I'm so accepting and be accepting of other people too."
Kylie also revealed the fact that she's been the victim of bullying her "whole life" and that was the motivation behind her 'I Am More Than' Instagram anti-bullying campaign.
"Well I started an Instagram campaign called 'I Am More Than.'" she told DeGeneres. "And I’ve been bullied my whole life whether it was about my peers or comments on Instagram or Twitter, whatever. And I never talked about my story really. I feel like I’ve kind of accepted it because I realized that just comes with the territory. So I kind of was online and just finding other girls and boys my age who have been bullied and have kind of overcome it and just done something amazing with it who inspire me, so I kind of wanted them to just use my platform and post their stories on Instagram to hopefully inspire my followers too, because they inspire me so much."
Turns out there's a lot more going on in her head than we all thought or knew.