Caitlyn Jenner broke family tradition by choosing a name which doesn’t start with ‘K’

Caitlyn Jenner broke family tradition by choosing a name which doesn’t start with ‘K’

Caitlyn Jenner had to choose a new name for herself, but instead of following family tradition and choosing name which starts with ‘K’, she picked ‘C’ name. Why is so?

Caitlyn Jenner had to choose a new name for herself, but instead of following family tradition and choosing name which starts with ‘K’, she picked ‘C’ name. Why is so?

Actually, that task was not that easy for her, as all members of Kardashian family follow famous tradition – they give all children names that start with ‘K’ letter.

Caitlyn, previously known as Bruce Jenner, was married to Kris Jenner. Together they have 2 children – Kylie and Kendall Jenner. Bruce has also became a step-father for all older Kardashians. As we see, their names are all Ks. However, Kris’s ex-husband decided to stay away from family tradition and ended up being Caitlyn.

Caitlyn Jenner enjoying being a woman

Caitlyn Jenner enjoying being a woman

In the famous article of Vanity Fair, with newly made transgender woman on the cover, Caitlyn told that picking a new name was a real challenge for her.

It’s one of the hardest things in life — choosing your own name

To find that special name for herself, Jenner watched the Miss America show. She was hesitating between Heather and Cathy, when suddenly an assistant Rhonda suggested Caitlyn. And that was definitely it!

But that was not the end of the name-choosing story. Jenner started thinking about the name spelling. After some days of oscillation, she finally decided that the best way out would be to break family tradition.

On Wednesday, people of all over the world had an opportunity to see the first promo for the next episode of “Keeping up with the Kardashians”, titled “I Am Cait”, where Caitlyn is going to apply make up and talk about the stress all women endure too stay pretty.

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