'I'm A Celebrity' star Caitlyn Jenner says the Kardashians are the 'royal family' of entertainment: 'Do you think the Queen watches this show?'
The 70-year-old also gave her thoughts on Kendall marrying Prince Harry, and how they got the idea for 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians.'
Caitlyn Jenner has compared the Kardashian-Jenner clan to the UK's royal family, claiming that, if there were an entertainment equivalent of the royals, then her family would definitely make the grade.
The 70-year-old star made the comparison during the latest episode of reality show 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' while having a discussion with some of her fellow contestants.
"Do you think the Queen watches this show?" Caitlyn asked, referring to Queen Elizabeth II. "This is a big show in the UK. I wonder if the royal family is watching — what if the Queen watches?"
One contestant says he doubts it because of the "terrible language and nudity," while another says it's not "beyond the realms of possibility" that some member of the royal family tunes in.
She goes on to suggest that she's a member of a royal family herself. "In some way, I'm part of the royal family of entertainment," she says. "One royal family meets the other royal family, you know."
When the former 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' stars is asked how she would react if she found out her daughter Kendall was marrying Prince Harry, she says her 24-year-old model daughter would find it very hard to give up social media.
"Well, she would have to give up everything to do that," she explains. "They don't even allow them to get on social... well, maybe they do now but they didn't even allow them to get on social media. My kids wouldn't know what to do if they didn't have social media."
In the same episode, Caitlyn also reveals how they came up with the idea for KUWTK and how the show Ozzy Osbourne and his family had running at the time was one of the main inspirations.
"Well, Kris and I were sitting in bed and the Osbourne's were on the air, and they were pretty hot at one point," she says. "Kris, all you do is kind of say is go, and she's off. They gave us a budget for six episodes, one camera, pretty down and dirty."
"We started shooting and before we got done the shooting, they ordered 12 episodes instead of six."