Brody Jenner Says Sisters Kylie, Kendall Jenner Never RSVP’d to His Wedding

Brody Jenner Says Sisters Kylie, Kendall Jenner Never RSVP’d to His Wedding

Brody Jenner told People on Tuesday that his half sisters, Kendall Jenner, 22, and Kylie Jenner, 20, Caitlyn's children with third wife Kris Jenner, also would not attend.

Caitlyn Jenner apparently will not be attending her son Brody Jenner's upcoming wedding in Bali this week because she has a "lucrative business opportunity", according to TMZ.

Brody has definitely grown apart from Kendall and Kylie, as he previously admitted that he didn't even know Kylie was pregnant until after she gave birth to her baby girl Stormi back in February. The source adds that 68-year-old Caitlyn is throwing a party for Brody and his fiancée, Kaitlynn - who got engaged in May 2016 - when they return to Los Angeles following their wedding.

Despite reports that Brody, 34, is deeply hurt by Caitlyn not attending the wedding, the source says that everything is good between the two. "They never even RSVP'd I don't think", Brody told People of his siblings. "Well, they'll be missed".

The news follows Broadly's recently published sit-down with Caitlyn, conducted last fall, where she admits that she's emotionally isolated from her children. "I would have loved to have had them there".

Despite her absence at the nuptials, Caitlyn reportedly attended the bridal shower and does not object to the wedding. She shared a snap of the pair at the function, captioning the post: "Went to my first bridal shower, for Brody's fiancé Kaitlynn Carter".

"I got the trans community out there bashing on me, I got the Kardashians out there bashing on me", she said. They all have lives.



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