Brody Jenner Reveals the Secret Behind Bruce’s Ponytail

Since his split from wife Kris Jenner, Bruce is a new man with a new mane.

And his son Brody Jenner is shedding some light on how the locks grew to be a part of the 67-year-old Olympian’s look.

“He does a lot of these things in spite of the girls,” Brody told the New York Daily News of his dad’s daughters with Kris, Kendall, 18, and Kylie, 16.

“One of the girls will make fun of his hair or say something about his hair, and he’ll grow it longer just because they’re saying that,” he added.

“He’s one of those types. Even though maybe he’ll want to cut it, he won’t just because when he goes over to the house, they’ll say, ‘Oh my God, what’s going on with your hair?’”

And if it’s not obvious enough by his new ‘do, Bruce is “doing great” since he and the Kardashians’ famous momager announced their separation in early October after 22 years of marriage, added the former Hills star.

“At the end of the day, once you get to that age, the most important thing is, are you there for the kids?” Brody said.

And time means healing old wounds, which Brody says he’s accomplished with his stepmom since fans saw their family tension firsthand on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

“The tension was real as far as growing up not knowing her intentions, who she is, there was obviously just drama between the family and parents,” he revealed.

“Kris and I have had some very deep, long conversations, and we actually really got to know each other, and so we’re all good now.”