Caitlyn Jenner couldn’t be happier to be a grandparent!
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star recently gushed about being the parent of 10 children — and is hoping to have three times that number in grandchildren.
“I have been so blessed as a parent to have wonderful, wonderful kids — 10 of them. All of them have really worked hard in all the different fields they’re in. They all have been successful, and today is another night to celebrate that,” Jenner, 67, revealed to Extra at her son Brandon Jenner’s release party for his new solo album, Burning Ground.
On Nov. 10, the Kardashians and Jenners welcomed a baby into the family — Dream Kardashian — and the former Olympian is loving being grandma to a new addition.
“I just brought in the eleventh grandchild… Ten kids now and eleven grandchildren. I am pulling for thirty grandchildren, I’m a third of the way there,” Jenner said, and added, “I have been very blessed with great kids, this and that. The good part is, after all I have been through, they still love me.”
PEOPLE had an exclusive first look at Brandon’s music video for his hopeful new track “I Believe,” which is a part of his new album. The clip features photos and videos submitted by people from around the world, which he pulled together after reaching out on social media.
“It’s something that I believe in my core anyway, but to have evidence that there are people all around the are hoping for a peaceful world was just a really great, cathartic experience,” Brandon, who is Jenner’s second-oldest son, said. “I can’t wait for it to hopefully spread a little positivity into this world.”
He added that the song was inspired by a few things, including his family: wife Leah, 33, and daughter Eva, 16 months. “Sometimes when you’re in a great place and really deep in that zone, you’re able to express the emotion that you have very clearly. So much has changed in the last couple years in my life. For sure becoming a dad is the most significant; I knew who I was, but I just feel like I’m in such a different place now.”