The 67-year-old 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who was formerly known as Bruce Jenner before undergoing the gender transformation - used to be strict with his children Kylie, 19, and Kendall, 21, and would ''get mad'' at his daughters if they didn't eat their dinner.
Speaking on her website kendallj.com about her upbringing, the raven-haired beauty said: ''Growing up, my dad was way more strict than my mom. He was always reminding Kylie and me about school and homework - but we never really got in trouble for that. The one thing he would get mad at us for was not eating our food.
''So, if we wanted dessert, my dad insisted that we had to finish everything on our plates, including all of our vegetables and protein. He would tell us that if we didn't finish, we would have to go to bed hungry, but we would still try to sneak dessert anyway.''
And the catwalk icon - who is set to hit the runway for Victoria's Secret on Wednesday (30.11.16) - has revealed she would avoid eating any meals so she could ''sneak away'' and indulge in junk food.
She explained: ''Sometimes, we would avoid eating all of our dinner so we could sneak away and eat junk food, like popsicles and other sweets.''
Although Kendall has revealed the former Olympian used to enforce some house rules, she has admitted her 61-year-old momager, Kris, and Caitlyn weren't as strict as other parents, which makes her feel ''blessed''.
She explained: ''Luckily, my parents wouldn't get upset over little things and they didn't have that many rules.
''I had some friends with really strict parents -- and those kids all turned out the most wild! I think my parents definitely raised me and Ky the right way, and I feel so blessed for that.''
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