Kris Jenner Reveals Something That Could Devastate Her Daughters

kendall and kylie jennerI think Kris Jenner has finally gone too far. Sure, the woman has made a lot of questionable moves in order to secure fame for her family -- but lots of people have. However, one recent comment since the split with husband Bruce Jenner is over-the-top even for her. The worst part is, it will surely devastate her two youngest daughters, Kendall and Kylie.


In an interview with New You magazine, Kris said:

The one regret, if I had to do it over, would be divorcing Robert Kardashian.

That's just cold-blooded Kris. Cold-blooded. She divorced Robert in 1991 and married Bruce one month later. Despite the fact that their 22-year marriage is crumbling, there must have been something good to come out of it. At least she goes on to say, "But then there wouldn't have been Kendall and Kylie, so that's the way I look at it."

Still, those words will likely hurt the two teens. Bruce is their father, after all. And they clearly love and support him. In the days since news of the separation has broke, they have been photographed by his side, even giving the paparrazzi the middle finger along with dear old dad.

She should have more respect for both Bruce and her daughters. She isn't the only one going through this public, messy, and painful split. But Kris is doing something that a lot of divorcing parents are guilty of. It's hard not to be a little self-centered during the early stages. For the first time in years or maybe even decades, you are free. Free to do what you want, when you want, and with whom you want.

If you have grown to look at your relationship as some sort of jail sentence or misery, the new-found freedom can go to your head and you run the risk of only thinking of yourself. I worry that this is what Kris may be doing. The entire family would be better off if she kept this one aspect of their lives out of the press and off-camera.

What do you think of the way Kris is handling the separation?


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