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Kim Kardashian West's warning to Caitlyn Jenner

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Kim Kardashian West's warning to Caitlyn Jenner

Kim Kardashian West has warned Caitlyn Jenner she is "losing her family".

The 34-year-old beauty confronted her step-parent about remarks she made in Vanity Fair magazine - where she revealed her female identity for the first time - and told her she risked pushing people away with her "hurtful" comments.

Kim said: "You still have a little Bruce in you. I thought Caitlyn would be a little kinder. I think that there's some things that you said that you might not realise are hurtful.

"You said that Kendall and Kylie were a distraction. When they read that - I don't know that they'll quite understand that.

"[The interview] said, 'had Kris been accepting to who I am, we still would be together' - and that is the most unfair thing in the world to say.

"You're a woman now and she is not a lesbian - she does not want to be with a woman, that's not fair to ask."

However, Caitlyn defended herself and said: "As time went on our relationship changed drastically. In my eyes it's like, 'Well, I don't need him any more - I've got all the girls.' I felt it in the way she treated me. She wanted me out of the house."

Kim retorted: "You look amazing, it's your time, but you don't have to bash us on your way up.

"You've got the fame, but you're losing your family."

Caitlyn - who was previously known as Bruce - insisted she was just trying to be honest and didn't want to hurt people.

On last night's (16.08.15) episode of 'I Am Cait', she said: "Everyone is reading too much into every little word."

Following the episode, a trailer for next week's installment showed Caitlyn and Kris coming face-to-face, with the former Olympian's ex-wife slamming her lack of sensitivity towards her family.

Kris said: "You're sensitive and amazing to all these new people in your life, you're just not so sensitive and amazing to the family that you left behind."

Caitlyn replied: "I try to do everything I can to be nice, reach out. You have to see it from my perspective, be an ally when it comes to dealing with the kids."