Apparently, the person who was most affected by Bruce Jenner’s decision to transition to a woman is his former wife, Kris Jenner. It seems that Kris really struggles to deal with everything and she actually is quite hurt. Everything will be aired in the newest episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which actually talks about Bruce.
On a video showing some footage from this upcoming episode, Kris is seen crying while talking to her daughter Kim. The reality star claimed that “I have these memories of this life, and I feel sometimes like it didn’t exist.” While Kris feels hurt, it seems that her daughter perfectly understands Bruce, trying to calm her mom down.
“He has to deal with this for his entire life of waking up and feeling like ‘whoa, this isn’t my body. This doesn’t feel comfortable,'” Kim wisely said. “You really have to like let go,” the star added. Actually, Bruce himself claimed that Kim was one of the most supportive of his daughters, saying that the star understood him best. Kim previously opened up about Bruce’s transition.
So, Bruce Jenner recently came out as transgender, after months of rumors, with no confirmation. Soon after his interview, Kim Kardashian made an appearance on the Today show. The star claimed that “Bruce wants us to feel as comfortable as possible and take everything at our own pace.” “We love him for that, and we respect him for that.”
Bruce also claimed that Khloe was the one for whom accepting the change was the hardest. However, it seems that things are quite difficult for Kris, too, who has been Bruce’s wife for over 20 years. On the other hand, Kylie showed her support for her dad. “I’m so proud of you, dad,” she tweeted after Bruce came out as transgender. “You are so brave. My beautiful Hero.”
It has been claimed that Bruce always felt like a woman and he actually started hormone treatment in his youth. Still, he decided to sacrifice who he really was for the sake of his children. Now, Bruce just wants to be happy and feel on the outside as he always felt on the inside.