Caitlyn Jenner Opens Up On Rejecting Eldest Daughter
Caitlyn Jenner is embracing the whole truth, and letting all Bruce’s old demons fly in her Vanity Fair article. After opening up on the real about Bruce’s marriage to Kris Jenner, she’s now giving details on how he initially rejected his first born daughter in the midst of a rocky divorce and gender issues. Via MailOnline:
Bruce Jenner wanted to abort his eldest daughter and was not present for her birth.
The revelation came as the former Olympian introduced his female identity, Caitlyn, on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine.
The star’s daughter Casey, 34, told the publication that she did not find out her father didn’t want her until she was 13.
‘I never knew he wasn’t at my birth until I was about 13 years old and we were arguing on the phone about money,’ she told the magazine. ‘He kept saying, “You don’t know the whole story”.’I hung up the phone and was asking my mom what he was talking about until she confessed the history behind my birth.’
Bruce Jenner was married to his first wife to Chrystie Crownover from 1972 to 1981, with whom he had two children, Burton and Cassandra.
But in the upcoming issue of Vanity Fair, Jenner recalls that the couple found out Chrystie was pregnant halfway through their divorce.
Jenner brought up the idea of abortion but ‘rejected it after 30 seconds’. When Casey eventually did arrive on June 10, 1980, Jenner was in a hotel room in Kansas City, crying.
‘Under the circumstances I could not even see myself being there,’ Jenner told the mag.
But now, as Caitlyn, the former olympian and his eldest daughter get along great:
But following the transformation, Caitlyn now talks to her eldest daughter more than ever.
‘I was worried I wouldn’t say the right things or act the right way or seem relaxed,’ Jenner told Vanity Fair.
But as soon a Casey realized how happy her father had become, they both became at ease.
‘We talked more than we ever have,’ Jenner said. ‘We could just be girls together.’
This is a LOT of personal business getting spilled here. Who else smells a tell-all/memoir in the works??