After hearing Kris Jenner’s feelings about her portrayal in the book, Kim Kardashian was curious to read it for herself, but she promised Caitlyn she would keep an open mind and give her the benefit of the doubt.
“This book, it’s my story,” Caitlyn explained. “Everybody has stuff in life that they have to deal with and this was my stuff and this is how I dealt with it.”
However, after reading it from cover to cover, Kim couldn’t stay neutral any longer. She was firmly on Team Kris.
“If you turn on my mom and you continue to bash us, I can’t—even for the sake of my sisters—spend time with someone that doesn’t even care about my mother,” she said. “It’s like enough already.”
She later told Kris, “I just have no respect for [Caitlyn] anymore. Someone that had this perspective, I wouldn’t even want around.”
Meanwhile, Kendall Jenner met Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil of India, the country’s first openly gay prince, and invited him to come speak with her and her sisters. While listening to his coming out story, Kim and Kendall drew comparisons to Caitlyn, especially as Prince Manvendra talked about the guilt he felt for marrying a woman.
“I know Kendall’s such a daddy’s girl, but I do think it’s important to understand what my mom’s been going through just so that Kendall knows both sides,” Kim said.