Keeping Up With The Kardashian star Kris Jenner knows what is happening in the family but still says everyone is doing great. On Thursday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Kris had given her thoughts on daughters Khloe and Kim Kardashian’s recent life changes.
The mother-of-six was seen talking to Ellen about Khloe’s plans to expand her family. At the beginning of this month, Khloe revealed that she and her boyfriend Tristan Thompson have made embryos.
Speaking to the American comedian, Kris said, “I mean, I think it’s so great that they want to do that again and have a sibling for True, because there’s nothing better than a big family and brothers and sisters, and that’s just my heart. So, I’m really happy. I just want them to be happy. And True will be so excited.”
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Then Ellen jokingly asks Kris, “And will the other kid be named False?” Jenner says, “That’s a good one!” with a laugh.”
DeGeneres also asks Jenner about Khole’s big ring seen in her recent Instagram post, Kris says, “That’s a good ring. I think she just loves jewelry. She loves a good, you know, ring! You should ask Khloe that.”
As Kim Kardashian and Kanye West lately have been on the headline because of their divorce news. Though Ellen doesn’t mention the split directly, she does ask Kris that how is Kim doing during this tough time.
“Kim’s good. She’s good. She’s really really busy, working on all of her different projects that she’s doing, and I don’t know how she does it, with all [my] grandbabies. She’s got a lot of energy, that kid,” Kris added.
Kris also talks about Kim’s passion for law. She said, “She’s so focused and she’s so, like, she’s just passionate about the whole thing and everything she stands for, and I see her studying… it’s in her schedule every single day when I get all the schedules for the kids. Her study time is all blocked out, so nothing else can get in the way. I’m so proud of her.”
In the end, the 65-year-old star says, “I think that’s a big motivation for her, you know, having her dad do what he did. She always looked up to her dad, and that was her idol.”