Kris Jenner can’t call Caitlyn by her first name

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Kris Jenner Was ‘So Nervous’ to Meet Caitlyn Jenner for the First Time and Admits to ‘Still Missing Bruce’.

During an interview on PAPER Radio, which aired on Friday on Andy Cohen’s Sirius XM channel, Radio Andy, Kris shared new details about the first time she saw her ex-spouse in person after Caitlyn (formerly known as Bruce) transitioned. “I was very nervous driving over there,” said Kris, 59. “Kim [Kardashian West] drove over there with me and waited in the car because I was so nervous.” “We all handle things differently, and we all go through our own inner thoughts. Seems like Kris Jenner has not come to terms with her former husband Bruce Jenner’s gender change yet, as the reality TV star still does not call her by new name Caitlyn.Kris meets Cait: Caitlyn Jenner’s eye-opening docu-series I Am Cait came to an emotional end this week once closure was finally gained on past relationships and an old name.“It’s hard, you know, it’s really really hard,” she said about the former Olympian once known as Bruce Jenner, who recently filed to legally change that name. “What I have realized in all of this is that everyone handles stuff a different way.

I don’t know, I’ve never been through anything like this before, and I don’t know anybody in my life to talk to who has been through something like this,” said Kris of how she handled Caitlyn’s transition. “It’s a process. The tension was thick and erupted when the two began to fire off accusations as to whose fault it was for their family breakdown. “I just felt thrown under the bridge,” Kris began. “What happened to the life we had together?

You just threw that away.” But Caitlyn sternly assured her former wife that their separation was only partly due to her gender issues, but more importantly, a product of the way Kris had treated her throughout their last few years together. “I did not leave you thinking that I was going to transition. We all have different emotions.” Kris, 59, explained that after being married to the “I Am Cait” star for 22 years, she was still taking her time “getting to know her” as a woman.

I didn’t know what to say,” said the Kardashian-Jenner momager. “And then I looked at her, and I thought ‘Wow, she looks really good.’ ” “It’s odd because it’s with the same voice so you’re like … but you know, that’s in the moment because to be honest, I’m still missing Bruce,” she said. “It’s just very confusing and complicated when you go through it this intimately with somebody. It’s really a process.” “We were sitting in the kitchen at my house, and I remember I just kept staring at her eyebrows,” said Kris. “I said, ‘You have the most beautiful eyebrows,’ – she just looked at me like I was insane,” added Kris with a laugh. And before her family and friends, she was officially affirmed as Caitlyn Marie Jenner to end off the season. “The transgender community, this is my place. And Caitlyn has some different ones, I feel.’ But despite her feelings, Kris – who also has children Rob, Khloe, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian with her late ex-husband Robert Kardashian – added that it’s ‘nice’ getting to know the new Caitlyn. The victory, however, was a super close call, as only one per cent of the viewers’ votes separated Paul from stuttering comedian and runner-up Drew Lynch when the night’s top talent was tallied.

As the most inspiring story of Season 10, Drew still left a winner, as his standup routine earned endless praise from the judges when he poked fun at his speech impediment by describing the difficulty of giving out things like his number and e-mail address. After the 13 pairs stormed the ballroom, it was 17-year-old Australian wildlife conservationist Bindi Irwin and Backstreet Boys heartthrob Nick Carter who promptly became the season’s early frontrunners. While Bindi and seasoned veteran Derek Hough prepared an upbeat jive as a tribute to her late father Steve Irwin, Nick and Sharna Burgess pulled out a bold cha-cha that had the judges squealing. But while some glistened under the spotlights, others floundered as The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Kim Zolciak Biermann and professional partner Tony Dovolani earned a measly 12/30 with an awkward salsa. The final three in BB17 are…: Only the Crybaby Poker Player, the Nerdy Superfan and the Perky Twin remain in the BB17 house heading into next week’s season finale of Big Brother.

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Austin left the BB house stunned, angry and barefoot as he promised to make Vanessa pay for her decision. “Vanessa blindsided me and I’m going to make sure that it was a mistake that will cost her the game,” he said once inside the crowded jury house. MasterChef Crowned: A grilled swordfish with chickpeas and Mexican squash was the innovative dish that earned Claudia Sandoval the title of MasterChef during the season finale. Onion Lady Love: Bachelor nation favourite, Ashley Salter has gotten engaged to college sweetheart Austin Brannen following her stint on Bachelor in Paradise.

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