Caitlyn Jenner has praised ex-wife Kris and said the hit TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians has been 'good' for his family.

In an exclusive interview with the Daily Star Online, the 70-year-old I'm A Celeb star also revealed her shock the show managed to last as long as it did.

Kim Kardashian West announced this week that the show would end in 2021 leaving fans stunned.

But Caitlyn, who appeared in the show along with daughters Kendall and Kylie and stepchildren Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob, was more pragmatic.

Caitlyn spoke fondly to Daily Star about ex-wife Kris and their time on Keeping Up

She said: "I couldn't be more proud of the entire family."

After originally being commissioned for six episodes by E! Bosses at the network soon snapped up the opportunity to cash in on the popularity of the Kardashian-Jenner family and signed a further six.

She added: "Little did I ever think, 14 years later and probably the most successful reality show in history, over 500 episodes - that, that would ever happen.

Keeping Up had originally been commissioned for six episodes before becoming the biggest reality show in history

"It's been so good for my family, my kids have handled it so well, I couldn't be prouder of them.

" Kris has done an amazing job keeping the show going.

"The kids have had great work ethics and have worked hard on the show."

Caitlyn and Kris documented every aspect of their lives on the show, from separation to renewing their vows

Reflecting, she said: "Nothing lasts forever, but boy, what a run they had."

The star, who finished 6th in last year's I'm A Celeb, said she feels it will be "good" for her children as they step away.

"I think it's going to be good for the kids, they've all started their own businesses and have their own lives going on right now.

"I think they're going to be fine, Kim has her make up line, Kylie has her make up line.

" Kim [Kardashian West] has her SKIMS range and all the kids, they're fine and all of their kids."

Speaking about her children and her 18 grandchildren, she added: "I have a lot of kids and

I'm looking forward to spending more time with them and help them grow up."