Bruce Jenner grows a ponytail
Bruce Jenner grows a ponytail

Bruce Jenner grows a ponytail despite Kardashian objections

BRUCE Jenner is growing a ponytail, in spite of his daughters and stepdaughters wishes, according to Brody Jenner.

The reality TV star is going for a new style following his split from Kris Jenner after 22 years of marriage in October, and is coping well according to his son, Brody Jenner.

He told the New York Daily News newspaper: "He seems like he is doing great. Seems like better than ever ... growing his hair out, and he has a ponytail."

Referring to his Kardashian and Jenner half sisters - Khloe, Kim, Kourtney, Kylie and Kendall - Brody added: "He does a lot of these things in spite of the girls. One of the girls will make fun of his hair or say something about his hair, and he'll grow it longer just because they're saying that.

"He's one of those types. Even though maybe he'll want to cut it, he won't just because when he goes over to the house, they'll say, 'Oh my God, what's going on with your hair?' "

Brody admits the arguments between him and Kardashian matriarch Kris seen on 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' were real, but they have now made amends and have respect for each other.

He added: "The tension was real as far as growing up not knowing her intentions, who she is, there was obviously just drama between the family and parents.

"Kris and I have had some very deep, long conversations, and we actually really got to know each other, and so we're all good now."

Kris and Bruce both had four children from previous relationships when they married in 1991, and they went on to have Kendall, 18, and Kylie, 16, together. Although they have separated, they are yet to discuss divorce.


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