Caitlyn Jenner and her son Brody have reached a truce over the upcoming ESPY awards, as Brody vowed that he'll "be there to support Caitlyn 100 percent."
The 31-year-old hunk of The Hills fame, who sources said wanted to avoid "the publicity circus" surrounding Caitlyn's Vanity Fair unveiling, admitted to ET at a Hollywood event that "there's a lot a lot of moving parts" when it's comes to Caitlyn's emergence as one of the most famous faces in the most famous families in the world.
"I'll just say that," he said. "We do have a big family ... I'm not going to sit here and say it's been the easiest thing in the world, but it helped me in a lot of ways.
The fiercely-loyal son said it'll "be a great thing" to see the Olympian gold medalist receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award, and that he "would love to be there to support" his parent.
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"It's been incredible," to see the warm public reception for Caitlyn in her transition, Brody said, and it's "helped the family in a lot of ways just to be incredibly open."
Echoing many of the things Caitlyn's said, Brody said he's relieved to see Caitlyn able "to be comfortable in her own skin."
"And finally, she's been able to do that and it's a beautiful thing to see and I think everybody should go through life -- because it is very short -- being the person that they truly are and who they want to be."