Kris Jenner shares how she feels about her children having kids out of wedlock
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Kris Jenner has revealed how she feels about her children having kids out of wedlock, having admitted she’s ‘very old-fashioned'.
Jenner, 67, is mum to Kourtney, 43, Kim, 42, Khloe, 38, Rob, 35, Kendall, 27, and Kylie, 25 – many of whom have a brood of their own.
Kourtney shares Mason, 13, Penelope, 10, and Reign, eight, with ex-boyfriend Scott Disick, while Kim had the first of her four kids - North, nine - before she wed ex-hubby Kanye West.
Khloé has four-year-old True with ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson, and Rob shares six-year-old Dream ex-fiancée Blac Chyna, and their younger half-sister Kylie has five-year-old Stormi and a baby boy named Aire with Travis Scott.
I know, it’s a lot to keep up with, isn’t it?
Speaking about the beginnings of her own motherhood, Kris said on iHeartRadio’s Martha Stewart Podcast last summer: “I had Kourtney nine months, two weeks and two days [after my wedding].
“I know that because all the Armenian ladies were probably counting.”
Kris married late ex-husband Robert Kardashian - who hailed from an Armenian-American family - in 1978 before divorcing in the early 90s.
“I promise I got pregnant on my honeymoon,” she said.
“You know... I’m very old-fashioned.”
When host Stewart asked Jenner how she felt about her children’s kids being born out of wedlock, she said she now has ‘more and more understanding’ about her own offspring’s choices – adding that there is ‘such a big age difference’ between them.
“I’ve been through so many things in my life that hindsight is very important,” she explained.
“Because I learned so much along the way that I knew nothing about before.
“I think that I do. I embrace what is in front of me. I think that I am easy once I understand it.”
Kris joked that her daughters and Rob, 35, could 'throw anything at' her, saying, “I’m here for them. They know that. There’s nothing that I would judge. Not at all. I mean, I just never would.”