Caitlyn Jenner has hailed her daughter Kylie as 'a wonderful mum' as she heads to the Australian jungle.
It is believed that ITV have paid big bucks to land 70-year-old Caitlyn for I'm A Celebrity and she has headed Down Under with praise for her billionaire make-up mogul daughter.
Speaking to Us Weekly, Caitlyn has shared some thoughts on how Kylie is bringing up her daughter Stormi Webster.
She told the magazine: "Little Stormi is a wonderful little kid, [and Kylie] is a wonderful mom. She's totally dedicated to her."
Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kylie, 22, has the closest bond with Caitlyn and has ensured that she left the family behind on a high note.
The reality star has been quite vocal ahead of taking her place in the jungle camp.
Caitlyn has told how she watched in horror as the Woolsey wildfire headed for her home in Malibu, Californian, last year.
She told the BBC's Don't Tell Me The Score podcast : “We had fires come through here. I stayed about a minute before it hit as it was coming up that canyon so intensely.
“Tornadoes 200ft in the air of flames coming at you. It was pretty frightening.
“In the pool, there had to be close to 15 dead rats, 15 dead rabbits. Soot. Everything. The house had to be sanitised. It was a mess. A lot of things on the outside were messed up.”
At least the rats and rabbits will prove to be a good grounding for the weeks ahead.
In the podcast, Caitlyn said the fire did £240,000 of damage to the house she shares with girlfriend, Sophia Hutchins, 23, and dogs, Bertha and Baxter.
Caitlyn’s £500,000 I’m A Celebrity fee is the show’s biggest yet and will go some way to help repair her Californian home.
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