When Bruce Jenner went to Kris’ house to explain why he’s transitioning, Kris sobbed the entire time and said she needs to mourn their marriage and Bruce.
Cue the waterworks! Bruce Jenner, 65, and Kris Jenner, 59, had the most difficult conversation of their lives on the May 18 episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Kris was incredibly sympathetic, but rightfully devastated about how Bruce kept his feelings about transitioning from her for so many years.
‘KUWTK’: Kris Jenner & Bruce Jenner — She ‘Mourns’ Him
Both Kris and Bruce bawled their eyes out while they tried to come to an understanding about his transition. In a shocking confession, Kris admitted that she feels like Bruce has died!
“I miss Bruce and that’s going to take me a minute to mourn that relationship. You think you’re going to grow old with someone,” Kris told him. “I have to mourn Bruce Jenner because I miss Bruce, I’ll never be able to have Bruce and all I’ll have are my memories. I feel like Bruce died and it’s really hard for me to wrap my head around that.”
It’s so sad that Kris feels like all she has left of the old Bruce is the photographs and videos of him and their family together!
‘KUWTK’: Kris Gets Angry With Bruce For Lying To Her
Kris also explained how she’d been left in the dark while Bruce became angry and distant toward the end of their marriage.
“You have never explained and every time I asked you why you were so angry, you said I wouldn’t understand,” Kris said tearfully. “You never said one time it was because of any issues you had.”
It’s taken this many years for Bruce to be able to come out and talk about his problems. Now, Bruce only wants Kris to accept his new path.
“I just want to get through this and do the best damn job I can of not hurting anyone and that includes you. I would hope you would be on board,” he pleaded to his ex-wife.
Kris forgives Bruce and decides to fully support him with his transition, which is truly wonderful.
HollywoodLifers, did you find it as emotional to watch Kris and Bruce’s heartbreaking discussion as we did?
— Gabriella Ginsberg