If you're not a fan of the Kardashian-Jenner clan that's fair enough. They ain't everyone's cup of tea, but you do have to admire their strong family bond, and their ability to support each other through times of trouble.
Kendall Jenner, the notoriously private member of the famous family, has opened up to Vogue about her father's transition from Bruce to Caitlyn Jenner, speaking candidly about how the process affected her emotionally.
“Obviously it’s strange having your dad, who was so male, completely reverse," she said. "It is definitely a gnarly experience. But my whole life we would, like, catch her, and we would be like, What is going on here? I think we know, but do we? At one point, Kylie and I thought he was cheating on my mom, because he had makeup and nail polish. One time we found those squishy boob things. We found wigs.”
“She would wake up really early just so she could dress up and move around the house and get that little kick for the morning, and then go back to being Bruce — take us to school, totally normal. So one morning, I woke up at 4 a.m. so thirsty, came downstairs into the kitchen, and grabbed a bottle of water. And as I was coming back out, my dad was coming down the stairs in, like, a wig and makeup and shoes — the full nine. And she didn’t see me. I literally froze. Please don’t turn left. Because she could either turn left or turn right. Thank God she turned right and — to this day! — has no idea that happened.”
The model continued, explaining that Kris Jenner had always known and found out on their third date.
"It's super ironic to think about now, but it's something I can thank my dad for: how much of a tomboy I was. That's why I think the whole thing—her transition—was really hard for me, because I was like, ‘But you taught me everything tomboy!'" Kendall said.
"Sometimes I look at a picture of my dad when she was a guy, and it makes me a little sad—I get emotional," adding, "You have to get past it—you've got a new person to love. It's kind of a blessing in disguise—if that's not the wrong way to say it."