The Olympian appeared on an episode of Dear Media’s The Skinny Confidential Him & Her podcast to discuss his children and grandchildren.
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Caitlyn has six biological children and four step children, as well as 18 grandchildren. She joked that picking her favorite child really “depends on the day” and that it depends “which one’s on my good side!”
In addition to her biological children, Brandon Jenner, 39, Brody Jenner, 37, Cassandra Marino, 40, Burt Jenner, 42, Kendall Jenner, 25, and Kylie Jenner, 23, Caitlyn helped raise the Kardashian children, Kourtney, 41, Kim, 40, and Khloe, 36, with ex-wife Kris Jenner.
Caitlyn revealed that she and Kendall have “a lot in common.”
“She’s very athletic,” Caitlyn said of her supermodel daughter. “We kind of both had the same attitude towards life. I get along very well with the two of them, but Kylie and I just seem to be closer most of the time.”
“Kendall’s off kind of doing her thing, and Kylie, like, I had dinner last night at Kylie’s house,” Caitlyn continued. “We try to do that once a week, once every two weeks. I go over there and she always has these great meals — prepared, she doesn’t do them. … But they’re so good! It’s better than a restaurant.”
Caitlyn went on to explain that she feels closer to Kylie because she’s more of an “open book.”
“[Kendall]’s always very kind of a little bit more secretive. We’re still very close, but it’s kind of harder to figure out, where Kylie’s more of an open book.”
Caitlyn came out as transgender in 2015, two years after divorcing Kris Jenner, 65. Speaking to People last year about the experience of coming out and how it brought her closer to Kylie and Kendall.
“My dad has always been an inspiration to me, from winning the gold medal at the Olympics to getting her pilot’s license,” said Kylie. “However, watching her live out her true self has been the most inspiring of them all. She’s our hero.”
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