Caitlyn Jenner, who is 73 years old and has an Olympic gold medal, shared a touching story from her life on Instagram. Her message was very sad, and she attached a picture of herself giving a speech at the funeral for her mother, Esther Jenner, who had died on April 20 at the age of 96.

The Instagram picture came with a message from Caitlyn in which she talked about how hard the event was on her emotionally. Just yesterday, my mother passed away, and I had the honour of giving a speech at her funeral service. It sounds like she wrote, “It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do.” The next thing Caitlyn did after posting was to talk about how much she misses her mother and the thoughts she has every day since she died. She also said, “She was very much loved and will be missed, but she is now in a better place.”

Brandon Jenner, Caitlyn Jenner’s son, wrote about his love for his grandmother and memories of her in the post’s comments part. In the comments, Brandon wrote about a touching moment and said, “So glad I got to say a last goodbye over the phone.” Soon after, he began a funny story about some wise words his grandmother had given him: “She told me, among the billowing smoke in her condo, that ‘it’s not the cigarettes that will kill you; it’s the filters that will kill you.'”

Brandon continued to think about his grandmother’s unique way of life and then said, “She rolled her own her whole life, right up until she was 96 years old.” In a funny way, he said that her unusual way of dealing with smoking might have held some wise instructions. Last but not least, Brandon said something funny as he left: “Grandma, we’ll catch up with you on the other side.”

Kylie Jenner, Caitlyn Jenner’s daughter, even joined the conversation by responding with a group of white love emojis. Through the use of symbols in her answer, she showed how she felt. Because of the hard things the Jenner family is going through, the comments section of the post has become a place where family and friends can show their support and share memories.

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