KUWTK: Kris Jenner Talks About Advice She Gave To Daughter Kim Kardashian On Her Divorce From Kanye West!


Like any other mother, especially one who has been divorced herself, Kris Jenner had some advice for her daughter Kim Kardashian . As you know Kim and Kanye West are in the process of making their separation legal!

While Kim previously divorced, this time around is very different as she and the rapper share four children.

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Of course, this makes the breakup a lot harder, but luckily, Kim Kardashian has her momager by her side every step of the way.

In a new interview for WSJ Magazine, Kris Jenner shared the advice she gave Kim on divorce when young people are involved.

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“I think the most important thing I’ve learned from my two experiences is that children come first. I used to put everyone to bed and then I would get upset or go to my room and cry myself to sleep. But I didn’t want to have a pity party in front of my kids. ‘

Sure enough, when Kris divorced Robert Kardashian, Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob were still very young that she felt she needed to protect them.

By the time she divorced Caitlyn Jenner in 2016, Kendall and Kylie were already adults, so maybe things could have been a little different.

“If you keep that in mind and know they’ll get you through, love will get you through, you know, no matter how hurt you are.”

The matriarch admitted that divorce can be a little “silly” at times, but it is a good idea to focus on the children instead of “unnecessary” things.

This isn’t the first time Kris Jenner has spoken about Kim and Kanye’s divorce.

She also talked about it when she said on the Kyle and Jackie O Show in March, “The good thing about our family is that we are there for everyone, and support and love each other very, very much. All I want is for [Kim and Kanye] be happy. And I want the children to be happy, that’s the goal. ‘


Steven Gregory