In the latest episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kris Jenner and her famous daughters participated in various mock interviews, in order to be better prepared themselves for media appearances. The ladies were asked complex and very intimate questions during the talks – the touchiest topic being the momager's relationship with Caitlyn Jenner.
During her individual interview, Kris, 62, was asked if she had "turned a blind eye" to Caitlyn's gender identity struggles throughout their 24-year marriage. "No" said Kris, "I just think I didn't have the whole truth of what was going on in his life."
Kendall Jenner agreed, saying she and her sisters were partly to blame. "We kept a lot of it from you," said the 21-year-old model.
"There were things that happened that they didn't tell me, because they were told not to," Kris said. "I'm not resentful about it. It just makes me really sad. Because I'm a protective mom. I would do anything for my kids. And had I known some of the things they were experiencing... it just broke my heart, hearing some of that stuff."
Kris admitted that most of her marriage to Caitlyn, 68, (formerly known as Bruce) was "perfect," and if her husband hadn't come out as transgender, she herself "wouldn't have seen that truth in, like, a gazillion years."
Kris added that the worst part about the process wasn't Caitlyn's physical transformation, but the many "inaccuracies" in her "very mean-spirited" memoir, The Secrets of My Life.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, both Kris and her daughters have spoken of the tell-all book on KUWTK, saying that while it may be Caitlyn's truth, it was very hurtful to read what she thought of her family.
When Cait's transition first came to light, however, Kendall broke down in tears, saying she had seen her dad dress up in women's clothes, but never wanted to accept the truth.
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