Before she made an appearance at Macy's Herald Square in Manhattan last week, Kendall Jenner sat down to talk with WWD, and revealed that she knew about Caitlyn Jenner's desire to become a woman since she was a child. "It’s an adjustment. It’s something you have to get used to," Kendall said of her father's transition. "But I’ve known since I was a kid. He never confirmed it to me, but I’ve known for a very long time. It’s the same person. My dad says it herself sometimes, it’s kind of like mourning the loss of someone, because it is. My dad is my dad, but he’s not there physically anymore. But she lets me call her dad — that’s the last little piece of dad I’ve got." WWD elaborated, saying that Kendall acknowledges the confusing pronoun use that comes with referring to her father before and after the transition. We haven't seen Kendall speak much about this or post on social media other than a recent sweet Instagram photo. She calls herself the "most private out of my family," and says that as far as social media goes she stays off of it, other than enjoying "posting a good picture." "When I was younger, I used to tweet a lot, everything I was doing and feeling. I can’t do that anymore, because it’s just giving people too much room to judge," Kendall said. The occasion for the interview came as she hosted an event at the Macy's location for Modern Muse Le Rouge, the Estée Lauder fragrance she is the face of.