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The Kardashian matriarch says if there was one thing she wanted to change, it would be her divorce from her first husband.
Rob opens up about his mother's separation from his stepfather, saying, 'I don't think they can be in a happier place right now.'
Kris Jenner and her husband of 22 years have lived apart for quite a while but so far have no plan to file for divorce.
Kris says that 'there's been no talk of divorce' between her daughter Khloe and Khloe's NBA player husband.
The Kardashian matriarch fires back at the President, who claims the first-time parents' over-the-top lifestyle has affected today's youth.
Kris Jenner reportedly has hired a security team to guard her Calabasas property after a paparazzo allegedly trespassed the house, prompting Kim Kardashian to call the police.
During an appearance on 'The Talk', Kris claims that Kanye lashed out at a camera man at LAX because he was sleep deprived and there was possibility that he was provoked.
Kris says on the Scott and Todd WPLJ Radio show that Lamar 'doesn't have temper' and insists that he is 'the greatest guy in the world.'
The guest hosts are ranging from TV personality like Joan Rivers and Ryan Seacrest to rapper such as P. Diddy and actor like Morris Chestnut.
Kim writes a message on her website to celebrate Mother's Day, saying that she is 'nervous and anxious' about being a mother, but she learns 'from the very best.'
Pam Behan, who worked as a nanny for the Kardashian family for five years, tells all about caretaking the kids and dating the family's friend, Sylvester Stallone.
The daily one-hour program from Twentieth TV is titled 'Kris' and will feature celebrity guests, fashion and beauty trends, and a mix of lifestyle topics.
The former NSYNC member also announces the release date of his upcoming 'The 20/20 Experience' album.
Kim Kardashian tweets, '[Ellen] needs 2 get a job instead of trying 2 destroy families,' while furious Khloe writes, 'You should be hiding in shame for all of the lies you sell to tabloids.'
The Tony Award-winning director is set to return to Broadway with the William Shakespeare play.