Kendall Jenner felt like her "life was over" when she faced a backlash over her controversial Pepsi advertisement earlier this year.
The drinks company's 'Jump In' promotional film was accused of co-opting the Black Lives Matter campaign by some social media users, and Kendall admitted she was devastated by the criticisms she faced.
Speaking in a preview for the new series of the family's E! reality show 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians', Kendall said: "It feels like my life is over."
To which her sister Kim Kardashian West consoled her, adding: "You made a mistake."
At the time the short film was released, Pepsi defended the controversial advert, which saw Kendall skipping out of a photoshoot to join a protest alongside placard-waving campaigners, before she offers a can of Pepsi to one of the surly-looking police officers as a sign of peace.