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Kris Jenner: Caitlyn Jenner announcement is "confusing"

Kris Jenner finds it "confusing" that Caitlyn Jenner wants to date men.

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Caitlyn Jenner made the declaration during the trailer for Season 2 of the E! series "I Am Cait."

"To be honest with you, I don’t see dating women in the future. I’ve been there, done that, got three ex wives," Caitlyn says during a road trip.

A traveling companion quips: "So now you can have an ex-husband?"

Answer: "That’s right!"

Kris Jenner, who is one of those three ex-wives, discussed Caitlyn during a recent visit to the Ellen DeGeneres Show.

"The last time you were on the show you were here with Bruce for Valentine’s Day.  Now she is Caitlyn," Ellen said. "It’s confusing, because for a while she was not saying whether she was going to date women or men, and now apparently she has said that she’s going to date men. How does that feel to you?"

"Confusing, for sure," Kris Jenner said.

Image: "I Am Cait"

"I really want her to be happy and be really comfortable," Kris continued. "You don’t want somebody to be miserable or in pain but I think for me just getting used to all that, I’m human and I have my feelings. I try. It’s just baby steps. It’s like the mourning of somebody that you feel like you’re never really going to see or be with again. I said to her when this first happened, you have to wait for the rest of us to catch up.’”

Here's the "I Am Cait" trailer:

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Jennifer Brett is a multiplatform journalist and digital coach. She writes The Buzz blog for accessAtlanta.com.

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