Kim Kardashian has been a constant support through Bruce’s journey
It’s been one week since Bruce Jenner revealed in a tell-all interview with ABC’s Diane Sawyer that he ‘is a woman’ and is in the process of transitioning. And now, Kim Kardashian has opened up about her role in supporting her dad’s journey.
Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kim said: ‘He is so happy. I think it’s the sense of relief from all the amazing support he’s felt. I said, “Whatever you do, do not steal my glam team!”‘
The Kardashian-Jenner father admitted to Diane Sawyer that Kim had been the most accepting daughter out of everyone and was the easiest to talk to about his decision, after Kim was given an enlightening talk from husband Kanye West.
‘I did tell [Bruce] that whatever he needed to look and feel your best, I’m here to help you,’ Kim added. Err, apparently not your glam team though, ey KK?!
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel joked that Kim was no longer the most talked about woman in the family. But that didn’t stop the Kardashian sister from doing what she does best – talk about her selfies.
Kim was on the show to promote her new book of selfies, Selfish. ‘They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, but this one you can,’ she quipped.
The 34-year-old even boasted that she took all of her selfies without the aid of a selfie stick and demonstrated to Jimmy the best way to take said pictures. ‘Lighting is everything, angle is everything and a lot of it is how you crop it,’ taught Kim. ‘It’s taught me to be easier on myself.’
Kim also spoke about home life with Kanye and daughter North, explaining that Kanye has thrown himelf into doing up their new home.
‘He’s so into it, it’s one of his new passions,’ said Kim. ‘He literally flew to Belgium to find wood for our kitchen. He flew to Fiji once to get fabrics.’
Kim also revealed that she wakes 22-month-old North up early to see a baboon in their neighbourhood, as a neighbour runs a wildlife preservation:
‘She has crazy afro hair in the morning. I look her outside in her pyjamas with her crazy hair. I was a little nervous.’
We’ll never get used to their lives.