It鈥檚 been a few years since Caitlyn Jenner started her public transition. With her memoir Secrets of My Life coming out later this month, we鈥檙e being given an inside glimpse of what it was like for the Olympian to struggle with her gender identity for all those years. In the two years since Caitlyn鈥檚 come out and transitioned, her kids have (for the most part) been pretty quiet about how they鈥檝e felt. Now, Kendall Jenner is speaking about how her parent Caitlyn鈥檚 transition affected her, and how she came to terms with such a major change.

In her Harper鈥檚 Bazaar聽cover story, when asked about Caitlyn鈥檚 transition, Kendall describes how hard it was for her. Since she鈥檇 been so close with Caitlyn pre-transition and had always known her as Bruce, it was a strange process for her to hear about the changes her family was about to go through.

鈥淲hen she told us, and told us that it was going to be a real thing, it was an emotional couple of months,鈥 she said. 鈥淎nd if I would talk about it, I would cry, just because you鈥檙e mourning someone鈥 losing someone.鈥 Eventually, Kendall realized that her parent was still there, adding, 鈥淚 realized that I should just be thankful that I still have my dad. It starts to just become normal. You鈥檙e just like, 鈥極kay, cool.'鈥

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And while living such a public life might seem strange to most, Kendall says that while everyone else looks at her family through the lens of KUWTK, to her, they are just a family. 鈥淚t鈥檚 probably hard for anyone else to understand that, but it鈥檚 so normal for me.鈥

How has your family handled changes? Tell us @BritandCo!

(h/t E! Online; photo via Araya Diaz/Getty)