Caitlyn Jenner opens up about Kylie's bombshell pregnancy, explaining why her daughter had a "tough" time telling her the news.
"She's always wanted to be a mom, but when she called me up, it was a little bit tough for her because, obviously, she's not married," Jenner revealed on Thursday's installment of ITV's Loose Women in London.
"Fortunately, she's in a position where she can have a child and [have] the child be very well-taken care of," she added. "But she wanted to start a family. She wanted to start it young."
The former Olympian said she's still "close" to both Kylie and her sister, Kendall Jenner, despite her falling out with Kris Jenner and her three daughters -- Kim, Kourtney and Khloe.
Jenner said the first thing Kylie and Kendall asked her when she revealed to them she was transitioning into a woman was, "Oh, my God -- what do we call you?"
"I looked at them and I said, 'Dad,'" Jenner explained. "I said, 'I'll always be your dad. To my dying day, I'll always be your father, so I have no problem with you calling me that.'"
"For me, having my children still call me Dad is fine," she said, adding that the girls are actually quite "good at" using the pronoun "she."
Jenner also spoke about the backlash she received regarding her transition, saying some people didn't understand why she'd want to be society's version of "the weaker sex," both "physically and emotionally."
She said the most difficult part of her transition was "giving up my old self because I transitioned at the age of 65."
"I had the gender marker changed [on my driver's license], and when I saw it, I started crying because Bruce was a good person," Jenner said. "It was kind of tough at first. I mean, he was a good person. He raised great children, and all of a sudden, it was like, he was gone. I didn't change that much. Little Bruce still lives inside."
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