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Caitlyn Jenner 'ready to meet grandkids'

Published 03/06/2015

Caitlyn Jenner in Vanity Fair
Caitlyn Jenner in Vanity Fair

Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian have reportedly been working out the best way to tell their kids about Caitlyn Jenner's new look.

Caitlyn, who was known as Bruce until earlier this week, used to be married to Kris Jenner and helped raise her kids, including Scott's partner Kourtney Kardashian.

The family share a really close bond, so Scott and Kourtney are trying to figure out a way to tell their three children Mason, Penelope and Reign about the gender change.

"Scott went up to Caitlyn’s home yesterday because he was asked to do so by Kourtney and other Kardashian family members to check on her and make sure that everything was OK. Scott wanted to talk to Caitlyn to discuss how they were going to present her to the children as it is getting to the point where they know that this is necessary," a source told Radar.

“Mason is very inquisitive and, like Kourtney and Scott said in the [TV] special, they do not want him to find out from other kids or from seeing it on TV, but in meeting her face-to-face and understanding that their grandpa is now Caitlyn.”

The Kardashian and Jenner clan rose to fame on reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Network E! has announced Caitlyn will now also be the focus of an eight-part documentary series, titled I Am Cait.

It will premiere on July 26, and a teaser clip has been released showing Caitlyn getting used to life as a woman. The video includes her doing her make-up in the mirror and telling the cameras she is the "new normal".

Caitlyn revealed her new look on the front cover of Vanity Fair earlier this week, which has drawn widespread praise and support.

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