“Some people made a big deal about the fact that my dad wasn’t included in that graduation party my mom threw for Kendall and I, and I did miss Caitlyn [Jenner] being there,” Kylie said in a Tuesday blog post on her website.
Kylie went on to explain that Caitlyn, formerly known as Bruce, “was a huge part” of her life in school: “He would drive me 45 mins to and from every day and he never missed a game I had.”
Though she admitted she wishes “Caitlyn could have been there,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 18, said she understood the difficult situation between her mom Kris Jenner, 59, and Caitlyn, 65.
“It’s understandable why she wasn’t [at the party] and I respected my mom’s decision about it,” Kylie wrote.
The party, which also celebrated Kylie’s sister Kendall Jenner‘s 2014 high school graduation, took place at Kris’ Calabasas mansion on July 23.
In their first meeting since the former Olympian’s transition, which was recorded on Caitlyn’s docuseries I Am Cait this summer, the former couple clashed over the fact that Caitlyn was not invited to the graduation bash.
“It wasn’t me making that decision, it was you making that decision,” Caitlyn told Kris, adding that it was a “slap in the face” that she wasn’t invited.
“Listen, usually people who get a divorce don’t do everything together,” Kris replied. “It wasn’t malicious.”
On the most recent episode of KUWTK, an emotional Kris said she wishes she "never met this man" after Caitlyn’s Vanity Fair article, in which she made her debut as a woman, came out in June. (Kris felt the article was unfairly negative towards her and the rest of the family.)
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“Obviously, I was angry,” Kris said. “But we are all good now and have moved past it.”