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Brody Jenner: It’s a great time for us

Published 10/04/2015

Brody Jenner
Brody Jenner

Brody Jenner has dismissed rumours of feuding in the Kardashian family, insisting “it’s a great time for all of us”.

The Kardashian-Jenner clan seem to be hitting headlines more than ever lately, with Brody’s father Bruce Jenner’s alleged sex change and rumours of continued feuding between Brody and stepsister Kim Kardashian.

However, Brody spoke out about the allegations, insisting that all his relatives are “very happy”.

"Everything’s fine, everything’s great with the family," Brody told Us Weekly. “Everybody’s very good, everybody’s very happy. It’s a great time for all of us. Everybody’s doing great."

It had previously been claimed that Brody and Kim are still not on good terms following the reality star refusing to give him a plus one for girlfriend Kaitlynn Carter when she married Kanye West back in May 2014.

Despite not being invited to the nuptials, Kaitlynn and Brody’s relationship is still going incredibly well.

The pair have been dating for over a year and a half. However, Brody says there are some aspects of the romance he would like to change.

"I need to be more romantic, I do," he said. "I know that’s something women really appreciate. But sometimes, no matter what, people get really busy, but we go out to nice dinners all the time... I should I guess, do the rose petals, but I’m not that kind of guy, I don't know. I should be more romantic!"

Brody’s comments came as a short promo was released ahead of Bruce’s much-anticipated television interview with Diane Sawyer.

The two-hour interview, due to air on ABC’s 20/20 on April 24th, will be “far-ranging and exclusive”.

However, the promo revealed very little about the upcoming interview, with a voiceover taking the lead and Bruce’s face not even being shown in full.

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