Kendall Jenner played up her vertiginous legs in a pair of high-waisted trousers when she was spotted out and about in Los Angeles this week.
The 26-year-old supermodel opted for a pair of khaki slacks that complemented her walnut brown leather high-heeled boots.
She slipped into a print crop top for her latest outing, accentuating the ensemble with a boyfriend fit brown jacket.
Kendall warded off the California rays with a sleek pair of half-moon tortoiseshell sunglasses, slinging on a handbag.
Earlier in the day the smoldering sensation could be spotted flaunting her sculpted midriff in burnt orange workout gear.
Sweeping her dark hair into a ponytail, she flung a brown sweater over her shoulders in case temperatures plunged during the day.
She slung a tote bag over one shoulder and rounded off her ensemble with a pair of gold, white and scarlet Nikes.
Kendall made sure to stay hydrated after getting in her workout – she could be seen lugging along a massive blue water bottle.
Her latest leggy appearances come after Kris Jenner, the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, said she hopes her next grandchild will be Kendall’s baby.
Kris appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and pointed out that Kendall is the only one of her six children who has not become a parent.
In fact just two weeks ago Kendall’s younger sister Kylie Jenner welcomed her own second child Wolf with her beau Travis Scott.
While appearing on daytime television this week Kris said of Kendall: ‘I think she would eventually love to have a baby.
Kendall is currently involved with Phoenix Suns heartthrob Devin Booker, whom she went Instagram official with on Valentine’s Day 2021 after months of dating.
Earlier this week Kendall was sued over her controversial tequila brand 818, which is named after the area code for her native San Fernando Valley.
Her brand is the target of a lawsuit by the Texas-based alcohol company Tequila 512, named after the area code that covers Austin.
The suit argues that Tequila 512 has ‘a highly distinctive logo and color scheme that has been in place since 2015’ – and alleges that the name and design were then ‘brazenly’ ripped off for Kendall’s brand, which was launched last year.
Reps for 818 Tequila told DailyMail.com: ‘818 does not believe there is any merit to these claims.’
Representatives for Tequila 512 told DailyMail.com: ‘They have had plenty of time to make any effort to correct this since it first surfaced in the media earlier last year, but instead elected to ignore it. We not only have a right to protect our trademarks, we actually have a legal obligation to do so. They know this and put us in this position of having no choice but to take action to protect our unique brand identity.’