"We had so much in common that it was kind of a match made in heaven. We went to races. We played golf. We went snow skiing," Kris, 59, says. "I mean, there wasn't anything we didn't do, and we could not keep our hands off each other."
Bruce, 56, also recalls the "love" he shared with his third wife. "You know, Kris is a really good woman and I love her to death," the former Olympian gushes. "And the love and acceptance I have gotten from Kris is absolutely overwhelming."
In a previously released clip for the special, his 19-year-old daughter Kendall Jenner tears up talking about her dad's transition. "He's the most amazing person I know. I couldn't ask for a better dad," she says. "He taught me how to ride a bike and be the tomboy that I am."
Earlier this week, Kris revealed to ET the family's intentions behind About Bruce. "The reason we did it, and the sole reason, was just to show other people going through the same thing, what a family might do," Kris told ET's Brooke Anderson. "And to give people hope, because we had never been through something like this before."
Editor's Note: As Jenner has not said that a new name or pronouns should be used, ETonline will follow GLAAD guidelines and continue to refer to him by his current name and male pronouns.