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Caitlyn Jenner wants 30 grandchildren

Published 23/11/2016

Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner feels blessed to have so many children and grandchildren in her life who have supported her through her journey.

Caitlyn Jenner is hoping for a total of 30 grandchildren.

The 67-year-old star, formally known as athlete Bruce Jenner before her gender transformation in 2015, has six kids and four stepchildren, with many of her offspring now having children of their own.

Caitlyn recently welcomed her 11th grandchild when Rob Kardashian – whose mother is Caitlyn’s ex-wife Kris Jenner – and his fiancee Blac Chyna became parents to daughter Dream, and the reality star can’t wait for even more.

“I just brought in the 11th grandchild... Ten kids now and 11 grandchildren,” Caitlyn smiled to Extra. “I am pulling for 30 grandchildren, I’m a third of the way there. I have been very blessed with great kids, this and that. The good part is, after all I have been through, they still love me.”

The I Am Cait star was talking at the launch party of her son Brandon Jenner’s new solo album, Burning Ground. His first single and music video is track I Believe, prompting Caitlyn to share with the camera what she believes in; starting with love and hard work.

“I always tell my kids the ability to grow is directly related to the amount of insecurity you can take in your life,” she explained. “You gotta get back out there in the insecure areas of life and, you know, that’s when you know you are growing; and they’ve all followed that, they have all taken risks in their lives.”

She also gushed about how proud she is of 35-year-old Brandon, who she describes as her “little Gandhi.”

“He’s out there with beautiful stuff, and right now we need positive messages,” she smiled.

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