Kylie Jenner moved Caitlyn Jenner to tears when she told her that she wants to spend the rest of her life with Tyga. The emotional heart-to-heart especially struck a chord in Caitlyn for one particular reason, which HollywoodLife.com can EXCLUSIVELY reveal.
Kylie Jenner, 17, will always be Caitlyn Jenner’s, 65, little girl. When Kylie told Caitlyn that she hopes to spend the rest of her life with her boyfriend, Tyga, 25, Caitlyn just couldn’t hold back the waterworks. It was when Kylie mentioned that Tyga brings her “joy and happiness” that Caitlyn started tearing up, because it reminded her of something dear to her heart. Here’s the EXCLUSIVE scoop!
“Kylie said to Caitlyn ‘remember how happy and alive you felt when you finally revealed your true self? That’s how Tyga makes me feel. He brings me joy and happiness.’ That statement moved Caitlyn to tears and in that moment Cait saw Kylie in a light she’d never seen before: she saw Kylie as an adult woman who’s capable of making her own decisions,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. Aww.
It’s great that Kylie was able to have an open and honest conversation with Caitlyn about her relationship — especially because fans are speculating that the reality TV teen and rapper are already married, after she flaunted a suspicious diamond ring. Kylie and Caitlyn’s bond has always been very special, and whether Kylie chooses to marry Tyga or not, we have every confidence their relationship will remain strong.
When Kylie opened up to Caitlyn, she left absolutely nothing out. She also couldn’t help but gush about her amount of love for Tyga.
“She told Caitlyn that Tyga‘s been nothing but the worlds most perfect gentleman to her,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “Kylie told Cait how she’s determined to spend the rest of her life with Tyga. She described how well he treats and how much she enjoys him and his son, King Cairo.”
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Caitlyn is supportive of Kylie marrying Tyga? Let us know!
— Julianne Ishler, Reporting by Eric Ray