Caitlyn Jenner’s New Documentary: A Celebration of Family and Resilience

In an exclusive interview with This Morning, Caitlyn Jenner shared her thoughts on her relationships within the Kardashian-Jenner family. While she maintains a close bond with her daughters Kylie and Kendall, her relationship with ex-wife Kris Jenner has evolved over time.

Gone are the days of direct communication between Caitlyn and Kris. Now, their interactions are limited to conversations through their managers. Caitlyn admitted, "When you have as many kids as I have, you’re closer to some than you are to others."

Caitlyn and Kris were married for 24 years until their divorce in 2015. It was shortly after the divorce that Caitlyn publicly came out as transgender. Since then, their relationship has had its fair share of ups and downs. Caitlyn described the current state as "very sad."

Looking back on their early days together, Caitlyn shared the story of how they first met on a blind date. At the time, she was turning 40 and struggling with her identity. However, the connection between them was undeniable, and just five and a half months later, they tied the knot. Together, they built an empire and faced numerous challenges along the way.

Mark your calendars for October 8th! Caitlyn Jenner is set to launch her latest three-part tell-all series titled "House of Kardashian." This groundbreaking documentary promises to offer an insider’s perspective on the family dynamics, scandals, personal struggles, and controversial business deals that have shaped the Kardashian-Jenner clan over the years.

What sets this documentary apart from reality shows like "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and "The Kardashians" is the complete lack of editorial control from the Kardashian family. This affords Caitlyn the freedom to showcase a different side of the story, shedding light on her love and pride for her children.

Embracing the Positive: A Journey of Triumph

Contrary to what some may expect, the focus of this documentary is on celebrating the positive aspects of the Kardashian-Jenner family’s journey. Caitlyn aims to combat any negative narratives, highlighting the resilience and achievements of her family. Prepare to be inspired by their incredible story of triumph in the face of adversity.

Get ready to join Caitlyn as she takes you behind the scenes of the Kardashian-Jenner empire. From their early struggles to their rise to fame, "House of Kardashian" promises to be a captivating exploration of family, love, and strength.

Stay tuned for more updates and mark your calendars for October 8th. This is a documentary you won’t want to miss!

Caitlyn Marie Jenner was born on October 28, 1949, in Mount Kisco, New York, as William Bruce Jenner, and was known as Bruce until June 2015.[19] Her parents are Esther Ruth (née McGuire) and William Hugh Jenner, who was an arborist originally from New Brunswick, Canada.[20][21] She is of English, Scottish, Irish, Dutch, and Welsh descent.[22] Her younger brother, Burt, was killed in a car accident in Canton, Connecticut, on November 30, 1976, shortly after Jenner’s success at the Olympic Games.[23][24] As a child, Jenner was diagnosed with dyslexia.[25]

Jenner attended Sleepy Hollow High School in Sleepy Hollow, New York, for her freshman and sophomore years[26][27] and Newtown High School in Newtown, Connecticut, for her junior and senior years, graduating in 1968.[28] Jenner earned a football scholarship and attended Graceland College (now Graceland University) in Lamoni, Iowa, but was forced to stop playing football because of a knee injury.[29] Recognizing Jenner’s potential, Graceland track coach L. D. Weldon encouraged Jenner to switch to the decathlon.[30] Jenner debuted as a decathlete in 1970 in the Drake Relays decathlon in Des Moines, Iowa, finishing in fifth place.[31] Jenner graduated from Graceland College in 1973 with a degree in physical education