After a rocky start, Kris Jenner and Caitlyn Jenner are in a much better place following Caitlyn’s transition.
“I think for anyone that goes through this, it’s not the most common thing so I don’t think a lot of people can really understand it,” Kim Kardashian West told told E! News exclusively Wednesday while promoting this Sunday’s season 11 premiere of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”
“It’s been an adjustment and it takes time and that’s OK. That’s normal.”
The former spouses, who split in 2014, have a come a long way since Caitlyn came out as a transgender woman in April.
“They’re in such a great place now and our family is like totally coming back together, but I do respect that adjustment process and having to just adjust to a different lifestyle,” Kardashian West said. “It’s our new normal and everyone is doing such a great job, we communicate really well. I think the whole family does and we’re really vocal so I think that really helps. We all know family is everything to us it’s always been our No. 1 priority and I think that that will always remain our No. 1 priority and I think if we stick with that, obviously there can be adjustment periods and people will have to get used to things, but we just become stronger from that.”
Kris, 60, and Caitlyn, 65, sat near each other earlier this week in the front row of Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show to watch their daughter Kendall Jenner walk the runway in her first show for the lingerie brand.
Kardashian West expects the whole family to be together again for the holidays.
“We haven’t really talked about it but I’m sure Thanksgiving we’ll all have it at one of our houses and then the holidays, we have our Christmas Eve party like usual,” she told E! “We’ll always be together.”