She added: “Sometimes I think I’m dying — sometimes parts of my body will go numb, and it can be really, yeah, intense and scary.”
Writing on her app at the time, she said: “Anxiety was a huge hurdle for me to deal with this past year (and security concerns didn’t help), but I think I’m finally learning how to cope.”
And in a 2018 interview with close friend Cara Delevingne for Harper’s Bazaar, Kendal called her anxiety “debilitating”, explaining that it often made her wake up in the night with “full-on panic attacks”.
“I have struggled with anxiety and panic attacks since I was a little girl,” she wrote on Twitter after the first episode dropped. “I wanted to dive deeper to better understand what I was feeling but more so, to share this information with others who may struggle too.”