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Kim Kardashian warns Bruce Jenner against revealing too much on reality shows

Reality star daughter Kim Kardashian is reportedley worried revealing everything on reality shows might "de-class" the accomplishments of dad Bruce Jenner. Kim felt that Bruce's latest tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer was spectacular but she advised dad not to get too open about his transition in reality show.

tv Updated: Apr 28, 2015 20:00 IST
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Reality star daughter Kim Kardashian is reportedley worried revealing everything on reality shows might "de-class" the accomplishments of dad Bruce Jenner. Kim felt that Bruce's latest tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer was spectacular but she advised dad not to get too open about his transition in reality show.



Her appearance on NBC's Today show Monday followed Jenner's much-watched interview Friday on ABC's 20/20 when he publicly declared that he identifies as a woman. Kardashian said that in going public, Jenner has found "inner peace and just pure happiness".



Watch: Kim Kardashian speaks out on stepfather Bruce Jenner's gender transition





She congratulated him for his ability to be his "true self." She said she is happy that he is living his life the way he wants to live it. She said, "It's not something that you or I could fully understand, but I don't even think we have to."



TMZ.com quoted a source close to the Kardashian family saying that the 65-year-old American TV personality's kids even urged him not to do other interviews and finish the process in private.



Notably, Jenner previously expressed that his docu-series would educate people and help many other transgenders in the world to open up about their body.



Kim Kardashian also said she and her family support her stepfather Bruce Jenner 100 percent as he goes through gender transition, even though family members are still adjusting to that news in what she called "a daily process".