It's been two months since Caitlyn Jenner graced the cover of Vanity Fair, bidding farewell to the man formerly known as Bruce Jenner.
From then on, most of the world has praised the Olympian-turned-reality-star for her courage ... with one particularly notable exception.
Caitlyn has frequently said that her kids have been overwhelmingly supportive and helped her to come to terms with her true identity.
She's even applauded her 89-year-old mother, Esther, for publicly expressing her pride in her transgender daughter.
But there's one member of Caitlyn Jenner's inner circle who did not have such an easy time accepting her transition:
Insiders say that Kris Jenner initially felt hurt and betrayed by her husband's decision to identify as a woman.
The now famous Vanity Fair cover story kicked off a Caitlyn-Kris feud, as both women gave the magazine very different accounts of their marriage.
In particular, their versions of how honest Bruce was about his desire to transition were a point of contention between them.
Kris questioned Caitlyn getting married when he knew he wanted to become a woman; Caitlyn stated that Kris wasn't being entirely truthful.
Needless to say, it got ugly. Fasts.
But it looks like the exes have begun the long process of burying the hatchet, as TMZ reports that Kris stopped by Caitlyn's Malibu home yesterday.
Two women had not met face-to-face prior to this. Insiders say they talked through some of their issues, and Kris apologized for being unkind.
Mostly, though, they talked about their kids and the most effective way for them to continue to co-parent teenage daughters Kylie and Kendall.
It's not often that we give props to Kris, but it takes a big person to admit fault, and it's nice to hear she's putting her kids' needs before her own.
We'd even go far as to say that it sounds like Kris may be going through a transition of her own ... to a better parent and human being.
That might be even more unexpected than Bruce becoming Caitlyn. Wonder if Kanye West will be inspired and moved by that too.