Caitlyn Jenner Met Kylie Jenner’s Newborn Son: ‘Everybody’s Doing Good’ [Video] |

Caitlyn Jenner Met Kylie Jenner’s Newborn Son: ‘Everybody’s Doing Good’ [Video]

Caitlyn Jenner couldn’t be happier to have 19 grandchildren.

via: Page Six

The former “I Am Cait” star, 72, revealed Wednesday that she has already met her daughter Kylie Jenner’s newborn son.

“I have [met him],” Caitlyn said during a “Good Morning Britain” interview. “The family is growing! Kylie had her little boy.”

The Olympian — who made headlines in August 2021 when she let slip that she had another grandkid on the way — noted that Kylie, 24, announced the news over the weekend, so she was finally allowed to talk about it.

“I got to be very quiet. I got to be very sensitive and be very careful when I talk about the family,” Caitlyn quipped. “But they’re great. Kylie’s doing great, everybody’s doing good.”

The Kylie Cosmetics founder welcomed her son, whom she shares with rapper Travis Scott, on Feb. 2, one day after the couple’s daughter Stormi’s 4th birthday.

Kylie announced the birth via Instagram by sharing a black-and-white close-up photo of Stormi holding her baby brother’s hand.

“2/2/22,” the billionaire captioned the snap, which led fans to speculate that his name is Angel, as a repetitive sequence of three or four numbers are considered “angel numbers.”

In addition to having her hands full with 19 grandkids (with a 20th due next month), Caitlyn shared on “GMB” that she’s getting back into the world of motorsports, launching Jenner Racing with an all-female lineup of drivers.

Her team will compete in the W Series, which consists of Formula 1 support races at eight Grand Prix weekends.

“Eventually I would like to see the next woman in Formula 1. I think that’s really important,” Caitlyn said, noting the team’s first race is set for the Miami Grand Prix weekend in May.

“Over the past few years I’ve done so many things to empower women when it comes to sport, and I just loved what the W Series was doing.”

Caitlyn won a celebrity race at the Long Beach Grand Prix in 1979 and made her debut as a professional driver less than a year later at the 24 Hours of Daytona race.

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