As a family we always support each other 100 per cent and I know that I see things online that there is this divide and this one doesn't support this and this one doesn't support this and you know it's all ridiculous and it's all rumors and we love everyone in the family and we support everyone equally so we're excited to watch tonight and I'm excited for Bruce to tell his story on Diane Sawyer.' After the broadcast.
she tweeted: 'Understandingly, this has been very hard for me. My beautiful Hero.'She shared a message of support on Instagram yesterday morning.
I support his courage and commitment to this new chapter of his life.
My hope is that his transition will inspire others who struggle with their identities, and my prayer is that humanity has evolved and been educated enough to exercise kindness toward those we may perceive as 'different'.'In the second half of the interview, Diane asked Bruce how his children had taken the news that he identifies as a woman.
'Chrystie was the first one to know,' he said of his first wife, Chrystie Crownover.
'I said these are my issues, this is what I deal with.' She was loving, he said, but fundamentally believed she could change him.
'Khloe has been very emotional, she's had the toughest time with it, she's had a lot of losses in her life,' he told Diane Sawyer: 'Not only was I able to call him my husband for 25 years and father of my children, I am now able to call him my hero.' (She also lashed out out at Diane Sawyer for claiming she did not provide a comment to ABC on her former husband's revelations).
She said yesterday morning: 'The family is watching all together with Bruce.
It's going to be an emotional rollercoaster, but somehow I'm gonna get through it... He then carefully placed the feminine item back in the exact same spot to avoid getting caught.'At the time, I didn't know why I was doing it besides it just made me feel good,' he told Diane. It's going to be an emotional rollercoaster, but somehow I'm gonna get through it...Meanwhile, Bruce's 17-year-old daughter, Kylie Jenner, tweeted an emotional message to her father. You will hear what I have to say when I'm ready to but this isn't about me. How do I tell my story, how do I tell people what I've been through?And that day is today.' He then asked Diane for a tissue and used it to wipe his tear-filled eyes.'People look at me differently.She saw him cross-dressing, he revealed, but he found it difficult to fully express how deep his feelings sat; that his believed his soul to be female.'I kind of downplayed it,' he told Sawyer of the early days in the relationship. ''' Speaking out: Bruce (pictured pulling a face in the interview) said: 'You know what... I've been thinking about this day forever and what I should do with my life. It's who I am.' He added that the interview would be his last one as Bruce: Ellen Pierson, who married Kris Jenner's ex-husband Robert Kardashian, claimed Bruce had been a cross-dresser 'for years.' She claimed his first wife Chrystie Crownover told her he had a penchant for women's clothing, shoes and lingerie.'I feel like in a lot of ways, when you loves somebody, you have a tendency, you don't want to hurt them.' He claims Kris was relatively low-key when she found out. How do I tell my story, how do I tell people what i've been through? The couple stayed together for more than two decades, raising Kris's four children, Bruce's four children, and their two biological daughters, Kendall and Kylie.
'[I told them] 'God's looking down, making little Bruce. [But then He thought] wait a second, we've got to give him something in his life to struggle with. Incredibly, he also told Diane that he had embarked on hormone therapy and electrolysis within in 1986, 10 years after becoming an Olympic champion.