Kendra Kramer looks up to mom Chesca when discouraged: ‘She inspires me to be a good woman’
Kendra Kramer spoke about how she takes inspiration from her mom Chesca Garcia to strive to be herself, despite the “pressure and expectations” from being a public figure.
Kendra, 13, marked the International Women’s Day by being candid about her life as a teen in the limelight, through her Instagram page on Wednesday, March 8.
Although she admits that the popularity comes “with the bad,” she chooses to focus on the good and be grateful for it.
“For me, being under the public eye, you take the good with the bad. No matter what we do in life, there will always be pressure and expectations,” she wrote. “I focus on being grateful and the learnings that will come along the way. The blessing of having a platform to express yourself and be a voice to those you can inspire, I focus on that!”
Kendra then credited Garcia as her role model and reminder to always be her best authentic self for the world to see.
“I just need to be reminded that the best is within me and all I need to do is bring it out for the world to see who I really am and what I can do. Fortunately, I have someone to look up to when I’m feeling doubtful and discouraged—my mom,” she stated. She inspires me to be a good woman, not only for myself, but also for others.”
“I will always do my best in everything I do because I am capable and [I am a woman],” she concluded.
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Garcia and her husband Doug Kramer then commended their daughter, with Garcia noting how Kendra has a “wisdom beyond [her] youth.”
Kendra, who dreams of becoming a supermodel, entrepreneur and a doctor, is the first child of Garcia and Doug. She has two more siblings, namely Scarlett and Gavin Phoenix. /ra