AceShowbiz - Kris Jenner confirmed that she and her whole extended family were not bothered with Bruce Jenner's transition from a man to a woman. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star assured that everybody in the family was "super supportive" to him.
While attending Kelly Rutherford's Children's Justice Campaign event in Beverly Hills on Tuesday, May 12, Kris opened up about Bruce's life journey with his new identity in an interview with ET's reporter. "[The] family's doing great, and Bruce is doing great. And everybody's super supportive," Kris said after being asked about how things are going for her family following Bruce's confirmation of his gender transition last month.
Kris insisted that she fully supported Bruce and was even happy with his new life. "I'm really happy for him," she said. Kris also told the reporter that the transformation didn't change anything between her and Bruce. She insisted that her relationship with Bruce was still going well. "We talk all the time. We still work together and he's still the dad of my kids, and we have a really good relationship," Kris added.
Appearing at Kelly's event, Kris wanted to show her personal support to the "Gossip Girl" star who has been fighting against her ex-husband Daniel Giersch for custody of their kids for almost six years. "I don't think I could bear being separated from my children, for any length of time," so Kris said. "So I'm just here to support her and just offer any amount of comfort that we can give. And hopefully, she can find some great support, even on the political side."
The Kardashians agreed to film all the intimate conversations Bruce had with his family as they discussed his gender transition. The documentation will be aired on Sunday in the E! Special episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians: About Bruce".