Caitlyn Jenner held her head high as she proudly told her co-celebrities that she is part of a royal family, too, and the internet is their empire.
In the recent episode of ITV series "I'm A Celebrity." Jenner appeared excited talking about Queen Elizabeth II -- who possibly might be watching the show, too, since it is a hit in the United Kingdom
"I wonder if the Royal family is watching. What if the Queen watches?! Because, in some way, I'm a part of the royal family of entertainment. You know, one royal family meets the other royal family," Jenner enthusiastically voiced out.
When they asked the 70-year-old star how she would feel if Kendall said that she is marrying Prince Harry, Caitlyn said that her daughter would need to give up everything before she could do that -- including removing social media out of her life.
Jenner knew that her kids would not know what to do once their social networking sites are gone.
Ian Wright, one of Jenner's campmates, supported her statement and said that he witnessed how the Kardashians and Jenners took the internet "into levels".
Meanwhile, Roman Kemp got curious about how "Keeping Up with The Kardashians" started and inquired whose idea it was.
Despite Kris Jenner's attempts to stop her from revealing so much "humiliating" family secrets and facts in the show, Caitlyn remained unbothered and told a brief history of KUWTK to the people in the camp.
The former Olympic Gold Medalist began detailing the establishment of the show, and she started to recollect how she and Kris sat on the bed while "The Osbournes" -- the reality TV show which featured Ozzy Osbourne and his family -- was on the air.
During that time, the reality TV program topped the trending list, and they got the idea of making their show out of it.
"They gave us a budget for six episodes and one camera," Caitlyn revealed. "And we started shooting, and before we got done the shooting, they ordered [now] twelve episodes instead of six".
The 17-season old "Keeping Up with The Kardashians" currently has 247 episodes where the members of Kardashians-Jenners clan show their daily lives and secrets.
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In the same episode where Caitlyn conversed with Roman Kemp, Ian Wright and Cliff Parisi, the campmates asked Jenner if her daughters need top security wherever they go due to their intense popularity.
"Everywhere. I bet you Kylie would spend anywhere between $300,000- $400,000 a month," Jenner divulged.
Her campmates found it as "lots of money" to reserve for security. But to think that Kylie is currently the youngest self-made billionaire who recently sold half of Kylie Cosmetics for $600 million, the said amount is a small price to pay for her safety.
Knowing that her daughters need to go to that extent made her feel "sad," but she assured that they all like the security staff.
Considering everything that they earned from using social media, giving it up would be one tough sacrifice.