Caitlyn Jenner reveals she halted transition after meeting Kris Jenner, even having 36B boobs REMOVED

The star also claimed the couple agreed on strict cross-dressing rules at the start of their relationship

Caitlyn Jenner has revealed she halted her transition when she met ex wife Kris Jenner – having grown her boobs to a size 36B, before choosing to have them removed.

The star – who recently transitioned to become a woman – admitted the former couple also agreed on strict cross-dressing rules, as Kris was apparently fully aware that Caitlyn – who was known as Bruce at the time – liked to dress as a woman.

Caitlyn spoke out in a pre-recorded video, shown on The Today Show, admitting she grew her breasts in the 1980s – going up to a size 36B – but they were quickly removed.

“I actually had my boobs removed. I never told anyone that,” she said in a pre-taped interview aired during the 2016 MAKERS Conference.

Caitlyn Jenner opened up

Caitlyn admitted she had a plan at the time for her transition – but changed her mind.

“I started on hormones. I was a good 36B. I loved them. I thought this was fabulous. My mission at that point was to transition before I was 40. Got to 39 … I just couldn’t go any further,” she added.

She later met Kris and they went on to marry.

“We hit it off from day one,” Cait said. “I was very honest with her. I had to be, I was a 36B. Everything’s really heading in the right direction, and I made this decision to move on with my life, Kris and I together with this family.”

The pair are friends now
The star didn’t hold back

The star then went on to open up about her ‘agreement’ with ex Kris Jenner – which she previously hinted at in her famous Vanity Fair interview.

“The rules with Kris and I were, ‘Don’t dress up, certainly around the house. If you really need to do that, when you’re on the road, take stuff and do that,'” she claimed.

Caitlyn’s video was shown at the star-studded conference, with other celebs in attendance including Halle Berry, Sheryl Sandberg and America Ferrera.