Kris Jenner feels that Kourtney Kardashian’s split and actions regarding Scott Disick are heroic. And all Kris wants, in terms of her family, is for them all, including Caitlyn Jenner, to be happy, reported Us Weekly.
Kris declared that Kourtney’s split from Disick has been wisely managed. And as a momager, Jenner knows about tactics.
“She’s kind of my hero right now — she makes good decisions,” praised the 59-year-old matriarch about her 36-year-old daughter.
Although they never married, Kardashian and Disick were together for almost a decade. Kris said that Kourtney’s split hasn’t changed her ability to care for her children, who include 7-month-old Reign, 3-year-old Penelope, and 5-year-old Mason.
“She always puts her children first and is accepting, loving, and dedicated to her family — she doesn’t get easily ruffled,” added Kris. “This situation has made me realize how strong she is.”
Jenner takes pride in all her children’s accomplishments.
“I just pinch myself because I feel completely blessed at all we have accomplished… It makes me so happy. When my kids are happy, I am happy,” added Kris.
As for how she feels about Caitlyn, Jenner wishes her joy.
“I just want everyone that I love in my family and in my life to be happy,” said Kris, “and so my wish for Caitlyn is that she finds her joy.”
Jenner also credits herself for the creation of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, reported Haute Living.
From the acorn of an idea about a show featuring the Kardashians and Jenners, the show has grown into a reality TV oak after a decade on the air. And Kris says she was the one who dreamed up the idea, went to Ryan Seacrest, and got him to sell it to the E! network.
“For years people had been saying, ‘You guys should have a reality show — it would be crazy,’ and I didn’t pay much attention to that talk, but the idea did stay in the back of my mind,” said Jenner. “My focus at that time was to develop something my kids could have for the rest of their lives — something they could create for themselves. And I learned quickly that all my kids have the most amazing work ethic. They all stepped up to the plate and showed me they were frickin’ amazing!”
As the Inquisitr reported, Kris recently proved that she’s the queen of momagers by providing the world with four more years of the Kardashians. Giving credit for the Keeping Up with the Kardashians dynasty to Ryan Seacrest, it’s Jenner who signed a $100 million deal with E! Network for herself and Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall, and Kylie.
The multi-million dollar deal specifically excludes Caitlyn Jenner because she exited Keeping Up with the Kardashians after Season 10.
What’s the skinny on this $100 million gig? No one is saying how Kris achieved the highest amount of money ever given for reality TV.
As far as what’s included: Four seasons of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and spinoffs such as Kourtney and Khloé Take the Hamptons.
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