Kris Jenner not only knew about then-husband Bruce's desires for womanhood, she even joined in a few times for some "dress up," RadarOnline.com has learned.
In an interview with AOL Makers, Caitlyn Jenner revealed that during their 24 years of marriage, Kris eventually developed some ground rules when it came to wearing women's clothes around the house.
"The rules, kind of, for Kris and I were don't dress up, certainly around the house," the I Am Cait star said, adding that her then-wife apparently told her, "If you really feel the need to do that, when you're on the road take stuff and do that."
"I'd go on the road for speaking engagements, take a bunch of stuff, dress up at the hotel, walk around, do whatever I wanted to do, just to feel a little bit better about myself," Caitlyn continued. "And I kind of dealt with it that way."
"I respected that and kind of kept it away but it was always there," she added of her feelings at the time. "A lot of times too when you have somebody in your life that's diminishing that, you can deal with that but it gets tougher and tougher and tougher with time."
As Radar previously reported, the exes famously feuded last year following Caitlyn's big Vanity Fair article, when she claimed that Kris had been well aware of her attempt to transition before they were married.
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Though the pair has since made up, there's still plenty of family drama going on between the two — and their children.
Meanwhile, Kris spoke highly of Caitlyn back in March, telling Ellen DeGeneres: "I think that I really want her to be happy and be really comfortable in all the things where she says she wasn't her true authentic self for most of her life."