Caitlyn Jenner and Kris Jenner had a face-to-face meeting at their daughter Kendall Jenner’s birthday bash. According to sources, their encounter was a bit awkward.
The two exes were among many other guests who gathered at West Hollywood restaurant Petite to celebrate Kendall’s 22nd birthday on Thursday evening.
The gathering was meant to celebrate Kendall’s birthday, but things took an awkward turn.
All eyes were supposed to be on Kendall, but everyone’s attention was focused on the reunion between Kris and Caitlyn.
On the other hand, it was great that the two of them managed to put their differences aside for the sake of their daughter.
Kendall’s sisters Kourtney Kardashian and Kim Kardashian were present as well.
Kourtney was accompanied by her much younger beau Younes Bendjima, while Kim arrived with Kanye West.
Kendall’s beau Blake Griffin was also spotted at the party. Her younger sister Kylie Jenner, meanwhile, was nowhere to be seen amid pregnancy rumors.
Kendall announced that she decided to raise money for Charity: Water for her 22nd birthday.
She took to Twitter on Friday to share a link to her donation page to spread awareness for the cause.
‘Hey, guys! I’m celebrating my 22nd birthday on November 3rd and my wish this year is to help bring clean water to people who need it,’ she wrote.
‘I’d be so grateful to anyone who can support my effort by donating to charity: water through my birthday campaign.’
‘I fell in love with charity: water and am deeply impressed with the organization and the work they do,’ Kendall continued.
— Kendall (@KendallJenner) November 3, 2017
‘I made a donation to fund 25 wells in Ethiopia that will bring clean water to 5,000 people, and I can’t wait to see how many more lives we can change together.’
She said that ‘100% of the money will be used to build clean water projects for these communities.’
She told her online followers, ‘Even donating $22 to celebrate me turning 22 would be so great!’
‘Every amount helps. Thank you all so much!’ Kris and Kylie have each donated $5,000 to the campaign, which has already raised more than $35,000.