Amid dating rumors that have been going on for years at this point, Sophia Hutchins described her relationship with Caitlyn Jenner as ‘parental!’ This is not even the first time she set the record straight on what they are to each other but she’s never used that word before!
The first time they sparked romance rumors was back in 2017 and ever since then, their very close relationship has only added to the speculations.
After all, the two women started to be seen in each other’s company pretty much all the time, be it while on vacations or on the red carpet or maybe just out and about in public!
However, Sophia now told Heather McDonald during an interview for the Juicy Scoop podcast that her relationship with the transgender icon has never ever been romantic!
‘It was never romantic. It was never sexual. It was very much friends,’ the 24 year old entrepreneur explained.
She went on to dish on how they met, saying that it happened via their hairstylist.
They started as pals and then Hutchins began getting Caitlyn booked for different speaking engagements since there was no one managing her in the aftermath of her Kris Jenner divorce.
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Then one thing led to another and so, Caitlyn invited Sophia to live with her in Malibu since she was a Beverly Hills resident at the time and graduating.
She would, of course, continue to manage her!
‘That’s kind of the extent to our relationship,’ she mentioned before also describing their relationship as ‘parental.’
Apparently, Caitlyn wants to ‘sign off’ on Sophia’s dates!
‘It’s very parental, very protective. But, at the same time, it’s also businessy. It’s like we’re family. All of my family is in Seattle… it’s been nice to feel like you have family where you’re living. As far as romance, no.’