“Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star Brody Jenner doesn’t know if he’ll merit an invite to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding. The former “Hills” star explained to Us Weekly he wasn’t invited to the engagement, so he doesn’t know how his chances of getting asked to the big affair will be.
He said about the impending nuptials for his infamous stepsister: "Well, you never know with the family," he admitted. "I didn't get invited to the engagement so you never know."
His father Bruce Jenner and the Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner recently split after more than 20 years of marriage. But the 33-year-old reality star, whose late father Robert Kardashian past away in 2003, said she still wants Jenner to walk her down the aisle like he did in her second marriage to NBA star Kris Humphries.
Depsite Bruce being the one Kardashian wants to be given away by, he, like son Brody, was not invited to Kanye West’s elaborate proposal to Kim K at San Francisco's AT&T Park on Oct. 21.
Brody and his father haven’t always had the closest relationship, but the two have since gotten closer since Brody joined “KUWTK” for season 8. "We talk all the time," he told Us Weekly. "I was just talking to him this morning. It's all golf. All we talk about is golf."
His half-sister Kendall Jenner recently made headlines when the newly 18-year-old starlet posted a risqué picture to social media. The brunette bombshell wore a revealing mesh shirt that lift little to the imagination and drew tons of criticism. But no matter what people have to say, big brother Brody always has his little sister’s back.
"At the end of the day, she's an 18-year-old woman," he said. "She's allowed to do whatever she wants. I'm her brother. I'll always protect her. Bruce is her father and will do the exact same. But she's a woman and is allowed to do whatever she wants and we will always support her."
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