Kendall Jenner's latest tribute to dad Bruce Jenner, posted a day after he revealed in an emotional TV interview that he is transitioning from a man into a woman, may make you cry all the tears.
(At this time, Bruce has not chosen to publicly identify as a woman and so E! News will continue to refer to him as Bruce and use male pronouns, until he indicates otherwise.)
"I wrote this in fifth grade...nothing has changed," she said on Instagram on Saturday, with a heart emoji and a photo of what appears to be part of a fill-in-the-blank school assignment.
On the sheet of paper, she wrote, "I enjoy riding horses, but I don't care to play soccer. I could do anything in the world, it would be being a pro horseback rider. If I could be anybody in the world, I would be my dad."
The 19-year-old model and Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is the second-youngest of the Olympian's 10 children and the eldest of his two daughters with ex-wife Kris Jenner.
Bruce, who has six biological children from his three marriages, had received a slew of supportive messages from his family, including notoriously private Rob Kardashian, fellow celebs and fans after his anticipated two-hour interview with ABC News's Diane Sawyer aired on Friday night. He had said, "The female side is part of me. That's who I am. I was not genetically born that way." He also said that years ago, Kendall and sister Kylie Jenner, now 17, once caught him trying on a dress.
"They had their computer on that security mode, so any time someone walked in the room, the camera turned on because Kendall thought Kylie was stealing clothes from her," Bruce told Sawyer. "They came home and turned on their computer and 'Oh my God.'"
Bruce told Sawyer that when he first talked to Kendall, Kylie and their Kardashian siblings about his plans to transition, "they all cried."
"Mainly because they don't want anyone to hurt dad," he said. "They're very protective of me, especially Kendall and Kylie."
Kendall had tweeted on Friday, after the interview aired on the East Coast, "I love you, so very proud of you, my hero."
Kylie had called her dad a "beautiful hero" and said, "Understandingly, this has been very hard for me. You will hear what I have to say when I'm ready to but this isn't about me"
On Saturday, she took to Twitter again, saying she "woke up still in awe," adding, "I've never been more proud of you, Dad!!!!!!"
"I don't have the time for people who bring and create so much negativity in their life," she said. "I can only pray for them! There's bigger things than that!!! Spread love! We are all battling something."