Kris admitted that it was tough for her at the beginning. She said, “I think at some point, although it was difficult and, uh, a challenge… I just have to let it go. And try to be tolerant. [With] prayer. God. You know, just trying to understand. It takes time. But time is a wonderful healer. And we have two children together. It’s important for my kids to see our family strong and united.”
On whether Caitlyn’s transition changed her perception of herself as a woman, she shared, "Thank God, I never doubted myself. I never really doubted my femininity. I just doubted the relationship. You know, what were those 20-plus years all about?”
Kris also didn’t shy away from persistent rumors that she sold out her family for fame. She explained, "I made and created a show that my family was all on board with, and we were so excited, because we got to work together.”
For more, pick up the March issue of Harper’s Bazaar, on newsstands February 16.