Kendall Jenner has touched down in Australia.
The world’s highest paid supermodel — and a member of the uber famous Kardashian-Jenner empire — was pictured arriving at Sydney airport this morning ahead of her special appearance at a Tiffany & Co store opening tonight.
The 23-year-old Victoria’s Secret model, who made more than $30 million last year, is the guest of honour at the luxurious event, and will walk the black carpet with local celebrities Lara Worthington, Jesinta Franklin and Victoria Lee.
Despite being known for her glamorous red carpet looks, Jenner kept it low key for her Sydney arrival, sporting a comfortable Ralph Lauren jumper with black trackpants and sneakers.
She also went makeup free, donning a pair of black sunglasses as she was ushered through the terminal and into a black van.
Jenner managed to sign a few autographs as fans scrambled to catch a glimpse of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star.
She was later snapped taking a selfie on the balcony of her hotel, while posting a photo to her Instagram story of the city from the plane.
It’s her first time here since she started dating Aussie NBA star Ben Simmons last year. Simmons, 22, couldn’t join his high profile girlfriend on the trip due to his playing schedule in the US with the Philadelphia 76ers.
The pair were first spotted in May last year but have kept their relationship under wraps; up until recently when Jenner confirmed on the Ellen show the pair had been dating “for a bit now”.
Jenner last visited Australia in November 2015 when she and younger sister Kylie appeared at Westfield Parramatta to launch their collection for women’s clothing label, Forever New.
It comes as Jenner finally broke her silence on her controversial affiliation with the disgraced Fyre Festival, which was the subject of a Netflix documentary.
Jenner posted a photo promoting the festival, which has also caused problems for fellow models Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski, since the event was exposed as a scam.
Jenner told the New York Times she wasn’t involved with organising the music event and had little background information when she was paid to post about it.
“You get reached out to by people to, whether it be to promote or help or whatever, and you never know how these things are going to turn out, sometimes it’s a risk,” Jenner said.
“I definitely do as much research as I can, but sometimes there isn’t much research you can do because it’s a starting brand and you kind of have to have faith in it and hope it will work out the way people say it will.”