Kris Jenner Broke Down About Caitlyn Jenner on Keeping Up with the Kardashians Unseen Footage

Kris Jenner Broke Down About Caitlyn Jenner on Keeping Up with the Kardashians Unseen Footage

She allowed the footage to be aired on the 10 Year Anniversary Special.

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Kris Jenner isn't always thought of as the most revealing member of her family (unless she's rocking a bikini), but she allowed some very personal and previously unseen footage to be aired on the Keeping Up with the Kardashians 10 Year Anniversary Special.

In the clip, she is seen crying with her head down in her arms on a table, a scene which host Ryan Seacrest mentions has to do with the Caitlyn Jenner's transition. She said it was the toughest moment to film in 10 years of the show.

"If I remember correctly, one of the camera guys started crying. It was a rough day," she admits.

Both Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner were also quite forthcoming about Caitlin's transition also contributing to their most difficult moments to film.

"The hardest thing I've had to film was probably my dad's... everything that went on with my dad," said Kylie. "Honestly, I am so happy that my dad is finally living her true self. And I am completely supportive, I've always been, and I feel like she did it at a right time when Kendall and I were much older and it was almost like respect to us that she would wait until we grew up until we could understand this. I feel it was the right time."


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