Kris Jenner and her youngest daughter, Kylie, are reportedly going through a rough patch, and Kylie's dad is giving her advice on how to deal with things when the air gets too tense at home.
Kylie and Bruce sat down for a heart-to-heart on Sunday's episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and when the 17-year old said she hadn't spent any time with her mother in the last two weeks, Bruce let her know he was there for her.
"Well, moms and daughters at this age sometimes can be very difficult. If you ever want to talk about any of that stuff, duh, right here. If there's anything I can do to cheer you up or keep you on a positive note, here I am," Bruce said.
The family has been in headlines lately after Kris's son, Rob, reportedly announced that he's writing a tell-all book that will focus partly on Kim Kardashian and her husband, rapper Kanye West. The family have dedicated portions of past episodes to conversations about how to help Rob, who allegedly cuts himself off from everyone else and suffers from depression.
Bruce has also been in the news, as his in-depth interview with Diane Sawyer is coming up soon. Jenner will reportedly talk about his ongoing transition to a female, something that has been speculated about at length within the media but remains unconfirmed by the family.
Kris Jenner said during the most recent episode of the show that what she and Kylie are going through is heartbreaking, and acknowledged that her youngest is making things difficult.
“It’s been two weeks since Kylie and I have had a real, true conversation, and it’s heartbreaking to me. I try to spend time with each one of my kids individually, and my grandkids but recently Kylie has been making this really tough," Kris said.