Kardashian family rally around Bruce Jenner after publication of 'mean' magazine cover

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The Kardashian family showed their support for Bruce Jenner in a photo shared on Instagram on Monday night. The 65-year-old had a difficult week after a US magazine published a controversial cover featuring a doctored image of his face, but he can always count on his famous daughters for support.

In the snap Bruce sits on a sofa surrounded by his daughters Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner, along with his ex-wife Kris Jenner's daughters Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian.

In a touching display of support, all of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars except Kendall shared the picture on their Instagram posts, with 17-year-old Kylie writing "daddy's girls", while 34-year-old Kim captioned the picture "Family First".

 

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The Kardashian sisters posted a family photo on Instagram on Monday

 

Kendall, Kim and Kylie were clearly enjoying their family time. They later shared a "sister selfie" to the social networking site, which showed the lookalike siblings smiling together for the camera.

Bruce and his family were understandably upset after an American magazine had doctored a picture of the former Olympian with the headline, 'My Life As A Woman'.

The weekly had added make-up to Bruce's face and superimposed his image onto a photograph of a woman, leaving his ex-wife Kris Jenner "outraged".

"It's just mean to do whether or not it's true," the insider, a close friend of Kris', told TMZ

 

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Kendall, Kylie and Kim later shared a "sister selfie" with their fans



"She has contempt for the magazine jumping to conclusions and then altering the image to fit its story."

While Bruce and Kris Jenner finalised their divorce in December after 23 years of marriage, the former couple are still close and Kris told E! News "we're still family".

Bruce also found an unlikely ally in comedian Russell Brand, who expressed his disgust at the controversial cover. On his daily YouTube show The Trews, Russell pleaded for the media scrutiny to end.

"This is bullying. Stop. Stop. Bruce Jenner is a human being," he said.

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