Bruce Jenner’s brave decision to transition to a woman continues to keep the Kardashian clan busy with processing the information.
On Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the family hit the slopes in Montana following last week’s intimate special about Bruce Jenner’s transition.
It was a curse and a blessing for the family to go on a much needed vacation, however, they are all processing the news differently and for an already overtaxed family, the emotions are still reeling.
Between shots of face plants on the slopes and living the posh life on the town, Kylie Jenner had to deal with her emotions about her father, and Kim Kardashian tried to explain her feelings about Bruce Jenner to her dear friend, Jonathan Cheban.
Although Bruce Jenner, 65, didn’t tag along on the trip, he continued to worry over Kylie back in Malibu.
“She’s kinda just shut me out lately,” Bruce told Mind In Motion founder Leigh Weinraub. “We’ve had such a close relationship for so many years. And my kids are everything and I want that to continue. I don’t want that space between us.”
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Meanwhile, sister Kylie just doesn’t want to talk about it and everyone seems to be the most concerned for her.
“My sisters keep trying to push me to talk about things, but I don’t really wanna talk to anyone else right now,” she confided.
“Kylie and I are handling [Bruce’s transition] differently,” Kendall told KUWTK cameras. “Kylie does bottle up her emotions.”
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Later in the episode, Kylie called Bruce Jenner for a sweet father-daughter moment and said she wants to stay close to him.
After weeks of keeping the news to herself, Kim Kardashian finally told her BFF Jonathan Cheban about Bruce’s transition,”
I don’t know what to say besides it’s all true,” she said. “It’s something that Bruce has always felt since he was really little.”
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Kim Kardashian echoed the rest of the family in voicing concerns about how Kylie and Kendall were taking the news, and said she thinks Bruce is moving forward with the transition “really fast.”
Bruce Jenners’s eight-part series chronicling his transition premieres July 26 at 9 p.m. on E!. Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on E!.