Global superstar Caitlyn Jenner is no stranger to gushing over her famous children as well as her children who don’t appear on the family reality show.
In an exclusive interview with Daily Star Online, the 70-year-old reflected on her six kids and four step-children.
Following the news that Keeping Up With The Kardashians will be coming to an end in 2021, the star revealed that she couldn't be "prouder" of her children and how they have continued to deal with their private lives away from the intrusive camera crew.
Over the years, Caitlyn's family have gone from strength to strength, creating a billion-dollar empire.
"I have always tried to teach my kids to take risks in life, put yourself out there and go into your insecure areas - that will become your new norm.
"Kris [Jenner], had a big impact on them and hopefully I have had a big impact on them.
"But all my kids have taken risks and putting themselves out there and have been extremely smart and I can’t be more proud of what they have been able to accomplish in their lives," she gushed.
Caitlyn went on to recall the moment Kendall Jenner dreamt of being a Victoria's Secrets model.
"Kendall was 12-years-old saying 'I want to be Victoria's Secret model,' she started when she was 18 and by the time she was 22, she was the highest-paid model in the world.
"She did it through hard work, dedication, being smart and I couldn’t be prouder of them."
Cait is also a parent to Burt, Cassandra, Brandon and Brody Jenner who have made brief appearances on the family show over the years.
She added: "My kids, the ones you didn't see on the show - right to my oldest son, Burt - a very successful dog business.
"Brandon with his music, the list goes on and on."
When speaking about public scrutiny, the Olympian said: "they have worked their way through all of those things.
"I'm so proud of Kimberly, not only a successful businesswoman but she's working on getting her law degree and that’s amazing.
"She's got kids, she's got a husband, successful businesses and on the side, she's working on a law degree.
"To me, that’s absolutely amazing. You couldn't be more proud of her."
Cait added: "It's going to take her a while to get it, but she will get it eventually."
Kim announced in 2019 that she was following in the footsteps of her late father, Robert Kardashian, and was pursuing a career in the legal industry.
Since embarking on her four-year apprenticeship in 2018, Kim has gone on to help free Cyntonia Brown from prison, after she was jailed aged 16 for shooting a man who was accused of trafficking her for sex.
It's believed that she will take the bar exam and become a lawyer in 2022.