Kris Jenner allegedly is crying all the time now that she knows that her ex-husband wants to become a woman. According to The SpreadIt, Kris is having a very hard time dealing with Bruce Jenner's news, as she says that she feels like she lost a friend in the process. Bruce's family has been dealing with his transition the best way that they can, but there have certainly been a lot of tears shed over the past few weeks.
"He is going to tell his full story. At first I was like 'I'm totally going to cry, I'm totally going to cry'... Talking to him because I was thinking, mom. This is really hard for her. It's so sad, she cries all the time and it makes me really sad," Kim tells her younger sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner during a Keeping Up With The Kardashians special.
News that Kris cries all the time is surprising to some fans. There are many who wonder how Kris didn't know that Bruce was starting to transition. He had been taking hormones, growing out his hair, doing his nails, wearing Spanx, and having plastic surgery on his face (specifically, surgery to shave down his Adam's apple was a dead giveaway). For years the family just assumed that Bruce was a cross-dresser after a couple of his kids saw him in women's clothing. Even still, the news was a shock to Kris.
According to The National Ledger, Kim Kardashian has been extremely supportive of Bruce, perhaps the most out of any of his kids. She says that he looks "beautiful" as a woman, and recently said that seeing her step-dad dressed up as a woman felt very "natural" to her.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the process has been exhausting, and Bruce's family is doing their best to stick by his side through all of this. They will all be saying goodbye to the Bruce that they knew, and getting to know a new person... "Her" as Bruce refers to her. Sources say that Bruce will undergo a complete sex change, and that he will change his name. Bruce says that "She" is a lot of fun, and that he can't wait for his family to meet "Her." He is taking things one step at a time, however, and his family is slowly adjusting. The important thing is that they all have each other.
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