Kris Jenner might have taken a while to address her ex-husband's gender transition, but now she wants the world to know she's standing by Bruce Jenner 100 per cent. Kris happily spoke about her former spouse, and his decision to become a woman, as she made an appearance at a charity event in Beverly Hills this week.
"The family's doing great, and Bruce is doing great. And everybody's super supportive," Kris, 59, told US Weekly on the red carpet for Kelly Rutherford's Children's Justice Campaign event.
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Kris Jenner pictured at the Children's Justice Campaign event
Asked how she was adjusting to life since Bruce's bombshell interview with Diane Sawyer, she replied: "Good. I'm really happy for him."
Kris later spoke about the family's decision to take part in the two-part special Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce, that includes Bruce's conversations with his children about his transition from male to female.
"The reason we did it, and the sole reason, was just to show other people going through the same thing, what a family might do," the 'momanager' told Entertainment Tonight.
"I think it might be helpful to families going through the same thing and hopefully shed some light on something that might bring comfort to someone else."
Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner together in 2013
Of the episodes themselves, she added: "I think people will just see it the way it happens when they see how it all played out. I think they'll be surprised and just the love we all have for each other that seems to shine though all the time.
"Everyone loves to jump to conclusions, you know? Haters are gonna hate," Kris said of her critics.
The reality star also admitted she has learned some valuable lessons from the experience. "To be a little more tolerant for sure. To be understanding and (know) that life can change on a dime," she said. "I have learned to be ready for anything – and be there for my kids. That's what life's all about."