Since Caitlyn Jenner began the process of transitioning into life as a woman, she's also starred in her own docu-series on E! entitled I Am Cait. Already heading into its second season, E! released a clip from the upcoming season where Jenner's youngest children, Kendall, 20, and Kylie, 18, talk about accepting their father's identity.
Caitlyn starts off the clip in a voiceover saying:
"My girls — all my kids, but especially Kendall and Kyle — having to deal with a father transitioning... it's a very very difficult process, with all this history you have in your life."
During the interview, Kendall and Kylie join Caitlyn, 66, and her other transgender friends. Chandi Moore, an LA community educator from the group Trans Girls In Action Divas, starts by telling the young Jenners:
"Can I say I know this has not been the easiest thing for you guys to wrap your heads around, but you guys are being real troopers about it. And we appreciate all the love you give to Cait and to our full community. Because we need it. We really need it."
"Of course," Kendall responds. Then the self-confidant supermodel turns to her dad and throws her two cents in:
"I think she [Caitlyn] got pretty lucky. We're all pretty open, accepting, non-judgmental people. Like, our whole family."
Then the 20-year-old playfully adds, "You're welcome!" and the group disrupts into laughter.
The second season of I Am Cait premieres on E! on March 6.
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