Bruce Jenner 'borrows designer gowns from ex-wife'

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BRUCE Jenner has reportedly borrowed £100,000 worth of designer gowns from his ex-wife Kris' collection.

The 65-year-old reality TV star - who recently confirmed he's going through a gender transition - is said to have annoyed his ex-wife and Kim Kardashian West by borrowing some of the expensive designs.

A source told RadarOnline: "Kris and her girls have a closet that's dedicated to all of their designer dresses by the likes of Balmain and Prada.

"Kim and Kris were really upset about it. Kylie (Jenner) actually saw the dresses in her father's closet in his new house and she didn't say anything because she didn't want to upset anybody."

Kris, 59, is said to be angered by Bruce because she thinks the dresses would be especially valuable years from now.

The source explained: "The closet is dedicated to their gowns from events and she feels she should save them - especially Kim's - because they'll be very valuable one day."

Meanwhile, Bruce - whose divorce from Kris was confirmed earlier this year - recently admitted he has "the soul of a female".

During a tell-all TV interview, the former Olympian shared: "For all intents and purposes, I'm a woman. I have the soul of a female and my brain in much more female than it is male, as of now I have all the male parts."

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