Kendall Jenner says her family are 'praying' for Kanye West

Kendall Jenner spoke about her brother-in-law Kanye West ahead of the Victoria’s Secret fashion show in Paris on Wednesday.

Rapper Kanye was last week admitted to hospital after a bout of erratic behaviour led to a breakdown and the latest reports claim that he is not yet well enough to leave.

Kanye West (Jonathan Brady PA Wire/PA Images)
Reality TV star and supermodel Kendall, who is one of the stars at the lingerie giant’s annual showcase, spoke about Kanye – who is married to her half sister Kim Kardashian – and said that the entire Kardashian-Jenner clan are “praying” for his recovery.

She told Entertainment Tonight, referring to his condition: “Yes, of course (he’ll be OK).

“Everyone’s OK. Everyone is doing OK, just praying,” she added.

Kendall Jenner (Thibault Camus AP/PA Images)
TMZ reported earlier this week that Kanye was due to be released from UCLA Medical Centre on Monday but he is still “not stable” and is struggling with extreme paranoia.

Sources told the celebrity news website that no release date has been set and Kim has been at his bedside all week.

Kanye was reportedly admitted to hospital suffering from “temporary psychosis due to sleep deprivation and dehydration”.

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian (Andy Kropa AP/PA Images)
Meanwhile, Kendall, 21, was – surprisingly – not being supported at the Victoria’s Secret show by her family, who are regular guests at her fashion shows.

“It’s (just) me. Yeah, no one is coming out but they’re all – I’ve literally been texting with all of them, like, the past couple days,” she told Entertainment Tonight of her lone appearance.

“Everyone’s, like, freaking out, I got so many flowers from, like, all my family members.

“So, yeah, I feel the love for sure from LA.”

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