At their Power of Women luncheon on Friday, the reality star and app millionaire was honored for her work with the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.
On the red carpet for the event, she said, "We are going to watch the special as a family. That's pretty much all I'm going to say about Bruce."
"I see (stepdad Bruce) all the time," she said. "He lives not too far from us. ... He's doing really good. He's got a new house and he loves it. I just helped move him in."
She said the whole family has been supportive of him, though she declined to elaborate what exactly he is going through.
"We're supportive of everyone, no matter what they are going through," Kardashian said. "That's what family is for."
When asked if the process had been hard for him, Kardashian replied, "I'm not sure I want to get into this."
She also talked about feminism, whether she considers herself a role model, and how she gets her business acumen from her dad, lawyer Robert Kardashian (who passed away in 2003). She told the story of how he made her pay him back "with interest" when he gave her money to buy shoes, and how he "made us sign contracts for everything," including when they drove the family car. Read the whole thing here.
Today marks the hundredth anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, which Kim honored on Instagram with a photo of herself and her family at a memorial they visited during their recent trip to Armenia.
Today marks the 100 year anniversary of Armenian Genocide! I am proud to now say I have been to Armenia. I have seen the memorials and the people who survived and I am so proud of how strong the Armenian people are! I am saddened that still 100 years later not everyone has recognized that 1.5 million people were murdered. But proud of the fact that I see change and am happy many people have started to recognize this genocide! We won't give up, we will be recognized by all soon! #NeverForget #ProudArmenian ♦️🔷🔶
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