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Kris Jenner ‘visits Bruce after surgery’

Published 10/04/2015

Kris Jenner
Kris Jenner

Kris Jenner reportedly went to visit estranged husband Bruce on Thursday following the first stage of his alleged gender reassignment surgery.

The former Olympian is said to have undergone the first stage of his alleged gender reassignment surgery, breast implants, late last month.

And following claims that Kris is “humiliated” by her former spouse’s transformation into a woman, the Kardashian matriarch went to see Bruce at his Malibu home, photographic agency X17online.com reported.

According to the agency, Kris, who was seen in an all-black outfit earlier in the day, is said to have spent around two hours with Bruce, alongside her grandchildren Mason and Penelope.

Mason, the eldest son of Kourtney Kardashian, apparently enjoyed some riding on ATVs with his grandfather.

It was alleged earlier this week that Kris has been struggling to come to terms with her feelings surrounding Bruce’s surgery.

Kris’ sister Karen Houghton told RadarOnline.com that she has been “embarrassed” by Bruce’s lifestyle change.

''As with anyone, it has embarrassed my sister,” she said. “It's been humiliating for her. What do you think?

''I told Kendall and Kylie, 'I love your dad, I will always love him. I don't care what he is or does.' I know this is hard on them.''

Bruce will be speaking about his transformation during an upcoming interview with Diane Sawyer on ABC’s 20/20.

The programme, entitled Bruce Jenner: The Interview, will run for two hours when it's aired on April 24, and will be “far-ranging and exclusive”.

According to reports, Bruce will use the interview as an opportunity to leave his male side behind and embrace his new feminine alter-ego.

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