London: Brody Jenner has revealed that he and brother Brandon won't be appearing in their parent Caitlyn Jenner's reality TV show "I am Cait" as they like their privacy.
Caitlyn Jenner chronicles her transition with the series on E! this summer, and in her recent Vanity Fair unveiling and interview, she lamented that sons Brody and Brandon wouldn't be taking part, reported Digital Spy.
"The Vanity Fair article's been out for so long and all of a sudden I'm reading these things, saying I'm so annoyed. I'm not annoyed at all. Not even in the slightest bit am I annoyed. I've been reading these Google alerts I'm getting, going, 'Oh great, where did this come from', it's all a load of BS.
"The only reason why we didn't do this show is I'm doing this show 'Sex with Brody', we're both extremely busy and I think that there are some things that it's okay not to be on television for," Brody said.
The 31-year-old DJ and presenter, who has also admitted to being burnt-out by reality television, said that while he is fully supportive of Caitlyn, he also prizes his privacy and is keen to steer away from reality TV.
"I don't think you need to share every single bit of your personal life with the rest of the world. I believe in a little bit of privacy. The reason why my brother and I didn't do the show is I've been doing reality TV for a really long time and I just wanted to do something different.
"That's nothing to do with me being unsupportive. I think that's great if that's what she wants to do, all the power to her but just because she wants to do that doesn't mean the rest of the family have to jump on board. Each to their own," he added.