Kris Jenner Wished She'd "Never Met" Bruce After Vanity Fair Article

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Kris Jenner was pretty upset over Caitlyn's interview with Vanity Fair, and for the first time, we're seeing her reaction on camera.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians film crew was around to capture the moment Kris exploded after reading the article in the now-infamous issue, which featured Caitlyn on the cover in her big reveal. Caitlyn, who of course used to identify as Kris's ex Bruce Jenner, told the magazine that the downfall of their relationship was partly because of the way Kris treated her.

"I think in a lot of ways she became less tolerant of me. Then I'd get upset, and the whole relationship kind of fizzled...20 percent gender and 80 percent was the way I was treated."

In a recent episode of the family's reality show, Kris is heard on the phone with Kim saying she wished she'd never met Bruce.

"He can go f**k himself! I honestly wish I never met this man. I mean, just f**k you, Bruce," Kris says.

The article upset Kris's daughters, too, who were torn between wanting to support Caitlyn and knowing if they did it was like a slap in the face to their mother, who didn't deserve to be called out that way publicly in their opinion. However, Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe have all been supportive of Caitlyn's transition and seem to have moved past the magazine article...and so has Kris. She told E! News recently that she and Caitlyn had gotten over the drama after sitting down face to face to talk it out.

"Obviously, I was angry. But we are all good now and have moved past it," Kris said.

Kris Jenner had a sit-down with Caitlyn which was caught on camera for I Am Cait, and the two of them discussed their relationship and where it went wrong, with Kris accusing Caitlyn of not being so sensitive to her family and their feelings.

"You're sensitive and amazing to all these new people in your life, you're just not so sensitive and amazing to the family that you left behind," Kris said.

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