Bruce Jenner & Kim Kardashian Bond Over Beauty Routines

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Clips from the upcoming Keeping Up with the Kardashians special on Bruce Jenner’s transition continue to trickle in. Earlier this week, we saw Kris Jenner finally open up about her life with the former Olympian and today, a new promo was released highlighting some vintage family home videos. It features Kendall’s heartfelt thoughts about her relationship with her dad and a conversation between Kim and Bruce about beauty regimens.  “He’s the most amazing person I know. I couldn’t ask for a better dad,” Kendall said in the clip. “He taught me how to ride a bike and be the tomboy that I am.” She goes on to talk about how even though school was 45 minutes away from home, Bruce dropped her off and picked her up every day. “He’d be the first one in the line.”   Kendall isn't the only daughter getting confessional. It looks like heart-to-hearts with Kim will feature heavily in the two-part special episode, which airs May 17 and 18. E!  teased a clip of Kim talking on the couch with Kris earlier this week, and the Selfish  author also apparently sits down with her stepdad to discuss the finer points of personal upkeep.  "I've had secrets all my life; it's tough not to have secrets," Bruce said to Kim before slipping off his shoes and revealing his perfectly painted pink toenails. "Your feet are actually way more feminine than I ever would have imagined!" Kim said. "You do that yourself?"

Bruce assured her that yes, in fact he does his nails and toes, and that he's also pretty skilled in the makeup department. "I could do it all, baby," Bruce said. While we doubt Kim will be giving up her glam squad anytime soon, it's always good to have a pinch hitter — and it sounds like Bruce might be the right person for the job.

Ed note:
In the interview, Bruce Jenner told Diane
Sawyer he identifies as a woman and wants to continue using male
pronouns. It's our policy to call everyone by the pronouns they prefer,
and so until Jenner tells us differently, we'll use "he" and "his" in
our coverage. 

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