Kendall & Kylie Jenner's 'Illegal' Behavior Surprises Exactly No One (PHOTOS)

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D'oh! This could turn out to be completely innocent -- but photos of Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner drinking what appears to be champagne and/or wine while celebrating Khloe Kardashian's 30th birthday are certainly incriminating, to say the least.

The fam took a yacht cruise around New York City on June 27. While we're pretty sure neither Kendall nor Kylie was driving anywhere that evening, it's pretty hard to ignore the fact that they're a little too young to be consuming alcoholic beverages. (Well, at least legally.)

Get a load of these pics -- do they look like they're sucking back booze to you?


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Hmm. It could be that there was no other type of glass on board the yacht that night, forcing them to sip water out of fancy stemware -- but it sure looks like Kendall is drinking champagne while Kylie is enjoying a little vino.

But even though Kendall is 18 and Kylie is only 16, making them both a few years underage -- should we be all that surprised that they opted to partake in the festivities that evening? And on top of that ... is it really such a big deal?

Oh come on -- don't tell me you didn't enjoy a beer or a glass of wine here and there while you were in high school. Most of us did, so why should we expect the Jenner girls to be any different?

Besides, Khloe's 30th is a pretty big occasion. It's totally understandable for them to indulge a little and have a glass of champagne or wine to toast their sister.

Still ... they might want to think about being a little more conspicuous about it the next time around, what with the paparazzi lurking in the background hoping to capture a shot of them behaving badly. The last thing they need is to get into major trouble simply because they weren't smart enough to hide the booze in a plastic cup.

If Kendall and Kylie were drinking, do you think it's cause for concern?


Images via kyliejenner/Instagram; XactpiX/Splash News

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