Caitlyn Jenner reveals the stark warning she gave her daughters

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Caitlyn Jenner has discussed her daughter Kylie and Kendall’s success and the end of their show Keeping Up With The Kardashians

The former Olympian, 71, spoke to her I’m A Celebrity co-star Roman Kemp on Capital Breakfast about the news that the E! show was cancelled, which Kim Kardashian announced in September to the shock of fans. 

When the programme first hit screens in 2007, Caitlyn revealed she issued a stark warning to her daughters, where she urged them to become entrepreneurs and not rely on the tenuous fame the show could offer. 

Keeping Up With Caitlyn! Caitlyn Jenner has discussed her daughter Kylie and Kendall's success and the end of their show Keeping Up With The Kardashians

Keeping Up With Caitlyn! Caitlyn Jenner has discussed her daughter Kylie and Kendall’s success and the end of their show Keeping Up With The Kardashians

Caitlyn spoke of ‘the end of an era’, as she detailed how her girls have dealt with fame and also lauded her kids for establishing themselves in the business world. 

She said: ‘Yeah, I mean it’s sad in a way that it is the end of an era of that show, you kind of realise, Kendall and Kylie were like 9 years old, 10 years old when we started…

‘It’s been on that long. Everything that my kids have done has really centred around the show, but what they did, and they were so good at it , and when they were younger I talked to them about it, the show is only going to get you so far…

Speaking about the savvy business advice she issues, she said: ‘If you want to do well in life, you’ve got to get out and be an entrepreneur…

Proud: The former Olympian, 71, spoke to her I'm A Celebrity co-star Roman Kemp on Capital Breakfast about the news that the E! show was cancelled, which Kim Kardashian announced in September to the shock of fans

Proud: The former Olympian, 71, spoke to her I’m A Celebrity co-star Roman Kemp on Capital Breakfast about the news that the E! show was cancelled, which Kim Kardashian announced in September to the shock of fans

‘I look at it, celebrity is kind of a business and if you look at this as a business, not just a show, and ok you’re famous, and this and that, but if you look at a business and have a good business mind, business will last so much longer than the show will.’

Speaking about Kim’s successes and lamenting the end of the show, she went on: ‘But, yeah coming to an end, it’s kind of sad, but it’s not like they don’t have things to do. Kimberley last night on Letterman was saying “I can make more…”

‘Because they were at the beginning stages of social media, and they are so ridiculously big on social media – “you know what, I can make more for a post on Instagram than I can for an entire season of Keeping Up”…

Important: When the programme first hit screens in 2007, Caitlyn revealed she issued a stark warning to her daughters, where she urged them to become entrepreneurs and not rely on the tenuous fame the show could offer

Important: When the programme first hit screens in 2007, Caitlyn revealed she issued a stark warning to her daughters, where she urged them to become entrepreneurs and not rely on the tenuous fame the show could offer

‘They’ve used it as a business, and they’ve been very smart about it. Good for them.’

Ahead of Tuesday night’s presidential election, Caitlyn spoke about Kim’s husband Kanye West’s run for president and appeared tickled by the news. 

She went on: ‘I did text Kim and said “ask Kanye if I could be his VP. Wouldn’t that be a ticket!” Actually I did see an ad for him, honestly it was so good, just seeing that one ad for him I went “yeah go Kanye!”. He hasn’t picked a VP yet.

Proud: Caitlyn spoke of 'the end of an era', as she detailed how her girls have dealt with fame and also lauded her kids for establishing themselves in the business world

Proud: Caitlyn spoke of ‘the end of an era’, as she detailed how her girls have dealt with fame and also lauded her kids for establishing themselves in the business world

When Roman asked: ‘I was going to say, did she reply?’, Caitlyn went on: ‘No, I love Kanye he’s the best, Kanye is Kanye and good for him, I’m glad he’s giving it a shot, you know, having some fun with this thing.

Caitlyn Jenner on the end of Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Caitlyn says being a celebrity is like a business and told Kendall and Kylie that “the show is only going to get you so far’. 

 Tune into Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp, weekdays from 6am – 10am across the UK

Happy: Kendall is pictured with Caitlyn, then Bruce, before her transition

Happy: Kendall is pictured with Caitlyn, then Bruce, before her transition 

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