Caitlyn Jenner says Meghan Markle is ‘more real’ than ever before in Ellen chat

Caitlyn Jenner starred on Good Morning Britain and revealed that she believes Meghan Markle was much more her authentic self during her new interview with Ellen DeGeneres.

The TV personality featured on the breakfast show on Friday and chatted to hosts Ben Shephard and Charlotte Hawkins.

She conducted the interview from her swanky Malibu home and covered a series of topics including her stint on I'm A Celeb, Meghan Markle and her ever-growing family.

Caitlyn said: "I thought she was so much more real and at peace with herself in this interview, I thought this was great for her.

"You go from obscurity to cameras on you every day, everywhere you go, you are scrutinised.

"Certainly, the media can be very tough on people and if you are not used to that it is tough to deal with, but in that interview, she was kind of herself, so good for her."

The star has 10 children – including four step-children – and has her nineteenth and twentieth grandchildren on the way.

She revealed that she aims to have 30 grandchildren in total and has told her offspring that.

Caitlyn added: "I told all the kids I'm going for 30 grandchildren, it's a nice round number. The girls weren't too excited about that, but I figure if you have 10 children you average three apiece some may have four, some may have two, but we are on schedule. We're up to 20."

Host Ben and Charlotte also chatted to the US star about her time on I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! where she spent time with Roman Kemp and Kate Garraway.

She shared with the hosts that she still keeps in touch with some of her co-stars and looks back on the experience fondly, saying the other famous folk were much nicer than the lineup on the US version that she also starred on years before.

Caitlyn recalled her I'm A Celeb journey and said: "I like the jungle, I think it's a great challenge, I did the show, the US version, like 16 years earlier and it was more difficult.

"The first time I did it, it was only two weeks it was more difficult because of the personalities in the camp. So many people didn't get along there was a lot of arguing. The people were tougher than the jungle.

"When I did the UK version, everybody was great and friendly and had no egos involved. three weeks was difficult but I made a lot of great friends that I made forever."

She then went on to issue some advice to this year's lineup and said her advice was to be friendly to everybody and to enjoy it.

Caitlyn continued: "Get the most out of it you can, make a lot of good friends, don't make any enemies, that doesn't work. Do the best you can, that's all you can do."

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV

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