Bruce Jenner Says Khloe Kardashian Is Taking His Transition the Hardest

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Last night, during his interview with Diane Sawyer, Bruce Jenner revealed that he undergoing a gender transition. Throughout the two-hour special, the former Olympian detailed his struggles with gender identity, which go back about as early as he can remember.

Now, Bruce Jenner knows exactly who he is and he bravely told the world last night during the emotional interview, but how did he tell his family?

As he explained the discussions he had with various family members, he revealed that Khloe Kardashian has been taking the news the hardest.

"You would think out of all of the kids, Khloe is the most fun, open-minded...and that's not the case with Khloe. She's very emotional," he began. "She's had the toughest time with it. Because she's had a lot of losses in her life. She lost her father at a young age. He died suddenly, cancer. You know, Lamar [Odom] had his issues."

"She feels like there's this massive...'My whole life is falling apart,' you know, 'It's my dad,' and I try to explain - I can't argue that point, but I'm not going anywhere. I'm still going to be there for you," he continued.

After the interview aired, Khloe took to social media to publicly show her love and support for her stepfather, tweeting, "Just finished watching the #BruceJennerInterview with the family. Bruzer, I'm soooo proud of you! Dads really are heros." She also posted a picture of him from the 1976 Olympics with the word "BRAVE" written on the photo. ❤️

Editor's Note: Per Jenner's stated preference, Cambio will continue to refer to Bruce using male pronouns until he indicates otherwise.
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