Kris Jenner Opens Up About Bruce Jenner's Transition in NYT Interview

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'The New York Times' magazine profiles Kris Jenner.

The New York Times magazine published a profile on Kris Jenner, detailing her role running the Kardashian/Jenner empire.

During the interview, reporter Taffy Brodesser-Akner spoke with Kris about her divorce from Bruce Jenner. Brodesser-Akner said Kris wouldn't elaborate on the reasons for their split and whether or not Bruce's gender transition played a part. However, she did have kind words for Bruce.

“At the end of the day, I just want him to be happy,” said Kris. “He’s going to find his happiness, and he’s going to have his journey.”

The reporter gave descriptions of her experience centering Kris' world. She revealed Kris keeps a stack of non-disclosure agreements on an 18th-century Italian table in the foyer of her house. Nearby a small framed sign says: "What we say here, what we see here, let it stay here, when we leave here."

The article contained editorialized guesses on why the Kardashian/Jenner family has not spoken out too much on Bruce's transition and why they weren't a part of the Diane Sawyer interview.

Here's an excerpt:

"When [the Kardashian/Jenner family is] silent on Bruce, they aren’t protecting him from the judgments of a cruel world; they are protecting Bruce’s exclusive. 'I learned a lot from her,' Bruce said about his marriage to Kris, during the ABC interview. And so he did: He didn’t reveal how he looks dressed in women’s clothing in the interview or what his new name is. You’ll have to tune in to his show to see that. In the Kris Jenner playbook, you don’t give anything away."

Read the full article here.