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“For me, she was very different. She was very classy, had a great sense of style. She was very smart,” said on “The Skinny Confidential Him & Her” podcast. “I always liked strong women and she was very strong. I have always put kind of women up on a pedestal and I’d love strong women, independent women.”

“And she was all of those things and she was very different for me. I mean, you know, she lived in Beverly Hills and I’m not a Beverly Hills person.”

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In fact, Caitlyn credits daughters Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s work ethic to their mom as she is not as career-driven as the momager. 

Getting even more candid hinted that Kylie may be her favorite child 

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Caitlyn and Sophia Hutchins have dinner at Kylie’s house every other week and her youngest daughter “always has these great meals prepared.”

The group “talk for an hour and have a glass of wine and talk about stuff and this and that. And so from that standpoint, we’re a lot closer.”

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Caitlyn and divorced in 2015 after they tied the knot in 1991 and since then, Caitlyn has not been as close to the Kardashians as she once was but they were supportive when she came out as transgender.

Kris is dating long-term boyfriend Corey Gamble while Caitlyn’s relationship with Hutchins has appeared ambiguous, Hutchins said last year that “It was never romantic. It was never sexual. It was very much friends,” on the “Juicy Scoop” podcast. 

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However, Caitlyn does not feel that she was fully embraced by the LGBTQ+ community due to her conservative political stance and high-profile status. 

“I have a job. I’ve been successful. I have white privilege, celebrity privilege. I’ve had every privilege there is in the world,” she pointed out. “And for that, you can’t be a spokesperson for the community.”

As Caitlyn has always been “more on the Republican side,” she alleged that some LGBTQ+ organizations she was involved in charity work for would ask her not to attend because she was “too controversial.” 

“I’ve had members of the community just tear into me,” Caitlyn admitted but “I feel like my greatest contribution that I can make is just being out there without trying to change the world,” 

“Just be out there.”