Karlie Kloss was teased by boys growing up

WhatsOn Mar 31, 2016

Karlie Kloss was teased by boys at school.

The 23-year-old beauty may be one of the most sought-after supermodels in the world at the moment but she has admitted she lacked male attention when she was younger and used to get picked on because of her long legs and lean athletic physique.

Speaking in the May issue of Glamour magazine, she said: "I was absolutely and totally not popular with the boys - partly because I was so good in terms of academics and ballet, but also because I didn't have time to waste on boys. I did get teased a lot though, because I was so tall and skinny."

Karlie kick-started her career at the tender age of 14 and, although she's been in the nitty-gritty industry for almost a decade, she's adamant she wouldn't do anything else.

The former Victoria's Secret Angel said: "I really enjoy the performance aspect of it. Which is why I would have loved to have been working back in the supermodel era: the 70s, 80s and 90s."

And because she's so engrossed in her runway career, the blonde beauty - a fully-fledged member of Taylor Swift's 'Girl Squad' - doesn't have time to waste on social media.

She said: "It can just become a bit of a chore, you know? Also it's basically a full time job if you're on every platform.

'And you're projecting the highlight reel of everybody's life so there is that pressure to always be on and having the 'best' moments: maybe not the healthiest thing."

Karlie Kloss was teased by boys growing up

WhatsOn Mar 31, 2016

Karlie Kloss was teased by boys at school.

The 23-year-old beauty may be one of the most sought-after supermodels in the world at the moment but she has admitted she lacked male attention when she was younger and used to get picked on because of her long legs and lean athletic physique.

Speaking in the May issue of Glamour magazine, she said: "I was absolutely and totally not popular with the boys - partly because I was so good in terms of academics and ballet, but also because I didn't have time to waste on boys. I did get teased a lot though, because I was so tall and skinny."

Karlie kick-started her career at the tender age of 14 and, although she's been in the nitty-gritty industry for almost a decade, she's adamant she wouldn't do anything else.

The former Victoria's Secret Angel said: "I really enjoy the performance aspect of it. Which is why I would have loved to have been working back in the supermodel era: the 70s, 80s and 90s."

And because she's so engrossed in her runway career, the blonde beauty - a fully-fledged member of Taylor Swift's 'Girl Squad' - doesn't have time to waste on social media.

She said: "It can just become a bit of a chore, you know? Also it's basically a full time job if you're on every platform.

'And you're projecting the highlight reel of everybody's life so there is that pressure to always be on and having the 'best' moments: maybe not the healthiest thing."

Karlie Kloss was teased by boys growing up

WhatsOn Mar 31, 2016

Karlie Kloss was teased by boys at school.

The 23-year-old beauty may be one of the most sought-after supermodels in the world at the moment but she has admitted she lacked male attention when she was younger and used to get picked on because of her long legs and lean athletic physique.

Speaking in the May issue of Glamour magazine, she said: "I was absolutely and totally not popular with the boys - partly because I was so good in terms of academics and ballet, but also because I didn't have time to waste on boys. I did get teased a lot though, because I was so tall and skinny."

Karlie kick-started her career at the tender age of 14 and, although she's been in the nitty-gritty industry for almost a decade, she's adamant she wouldn't do anything else.

The former Victoria's Secret Angel said: "I really enjoy the performance aspect of it. Which is why I would have loved to have been working back in the supermodel era: the 70s, 80s and 90s."

And because she's so engrossed in her runway career, the blonde beauty - a fully-fledged member of Taylor Swift's 'Girl Squad' - doesn't have time to waste on social media.

She said: "It can just become a bit of a chore, you know? Also it's basically a full time job if you're on every platform.

'And you're projecting the highlight reel of everybody's life so there is that pressure to always be on and having the 'best' moments: maybe not the healthiest thing."