Is Bruce Jenner lonely? That’s the word from the Olympic gold medal winner who sired a flock of children and was, for many years, the patriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner kingdom known for producing everything from Keeping Up with the Kardashians to supermodel Kendall Jenner. And now that Bruce has divorced momager and matriarch Kris Jenner, he misses all the drama as he sits alone in his magnificent Malibu mansion, reported People.
That confession comes when the 10th season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs. Bruce talks with Kourtney about his loneliness.
“Sometimes I feel so separated. Kardashians are over here, the Jenners over here, little me in the middle. We gotta keep the family going.”
Some thought that when Bruce revealed his transgender transformation plans, he would want to take time to be alone. But lonely Jenner quickly evaporates those rumors during the premiere of the family’s reality TV show, revealed E! News.
“Living by myself out in Malibu has been really good. I kind of have my freedom. I’ve got a whole house to myself. The tough part comes with sometimes, you get pretty lonely to not see the kids every day. I certainly wish they would be spending more time out at my house.”
What’s really ahead for Bruce after his transgender revelation, rumored interview with Diane Sawyer, and tragic car crash? Jenner has put his plans to film his transition in a docu-series on hold temporarily, according to TMZ.
But that decision comes from Bruce, not from producers, said sources. Jenner wanted to wait rather than feel stressed to meet the May deadline set by the network, expressing concern that his children are not yet truly ready to accept his transition.
In addition, Bruce is still dealing with his own emotions after the car crash that killed one woman. Only with those issues processed will Jenner agree to have the docu-series continue.
However, Diane Sawyer’s plans to interview Bruce have continued to progress regardless of those concerns. That interview will focus on Jenner and reveal what it’s really like to make the decision to transition.
As the Inquisitr reported, Sawyer reached out to Jenner and asked to interview him in what would be a history-making news show about a very public Olympic winner going through the process of transformation.
The interview would be broadcast as a primetime special rather than a continuation of the reality TV shows for which the Kardashian-Jenner family have become famous.
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