With the start of 2021, the next season of The Bachelor will also begin, and with it new candidates will come together. While many of the cast of the 25. When season newbies are in the spotlight, there’s a face you may already be familiar with. So who is Kit Keenan in Matt James’ undergraduate season? Chances are you’ve seen the New Yorker before.
At the beginning of the 25th. Season 6, Matt isn’t the only cast member you might already follow on IG. Kit Keenan, a senior at New York University, was born a fashionista and has the following to prove it. With over 46. It is already known to 000 IG followers (and counters) for coming into January. 4 premiere. Kit usually posts things like workouts and vegan recipes, and the occasional picture with her famous mom.
Yes, the 21-year-old entrepreneur is the daughter of fashion designer Cynthia Rowley. In case you’re unfamiliar, Rowley specializes in sustainable lewks worn by celebs like Kim Kardashian and also had a random cameo on Gossip Girl. Yes, she is a certified big deal. The mother-daughter duo even host a podcast together called Ageless, in which they talk about fashion, business, wellness and life. So yeah, this is a family that everyone wants to be part of.
In addition to her formidable style and social play, Kit can surf in high heels, has definitely mastered the art of the perfect mirror selfie, and bears a notable resemblance to Beth Harmon from The Queen’s Gambit. And while she obviously has a lot going for it, she’s still the youngest contestant this season. According to her ABC biography, despite her age, she is « very ready for serious engagement. “While she hasn’t had a boyfriend since high school, she’s looking for someone“ who is genuine, open, and honest ”who can hold her own in the New York social scene. «
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