Caitlyn Jenner OK with being called 'dad'

CAITLYN Jenner is still allowing her children to call her 'dad'.
The 65-year-old former Olympian - who was known as Bruce Jenner before undergoing a gender transition - is reportedly allowing her daughters Kendall, Kylie and Cassandra, sons Burt, Brody and Brandon and stepchildren Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob Kardashian, to continue referring to her as their father for the time being.

A source told PEOPLE magazine: "(Caitlyn) spoke to each of the kids separately and told them to take their time in getting used to this. She would prefer not to be called 'Bruce,' but told the kids that they could still call her 'Dad,' at least for now.

"Caitlyn has been really understanding that it doesn't come naturally for anyone. No one expects this change to happen overnight. If one of the boys slips up, it's not a big deal."  

Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, appears on the cover of Vanity Fair
Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, appears on the cover of Vanity Fair


Meanwhile, Caitlyn's mother has admitted she will find it "hard" at first to refer to the star by her new name.

Esther said: "It takes some time getting used to.

"I've called [Caitlyn] Bruce since the day he was born. It's going to take some time, but I will adjust."

 



Everything you need to know about Riverfire spectacular

Everything you need to know about Riverfire spectacular

From bridge closures and road changes to all the best vantage points

Meet the RAAF pilots who will light up Brisbane's Riverfire

premium_icon Meet the RAAF pilots who will light up Brisbane's Riverfire

Amberley team give the lowdown on city's big night

Teen's future 'not bright' if drug use continues

premium_icon Teen's future 'not bright' if drug use continues

18-year-old also guilty of motor vehicle and a graffiti offences

Local Partners