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Wednesday 28 January 2015

Kris Jenner doesn't want kids to relocate

Kris Jenner
Kris Jenner

Kris Jenner "couldn't cope" if her daughter Kim Kardashian moved to London.

Kim is currently dating Kanye West and has been travelling across the globe with the rapper on his Watch the Throne tour with Jay-Z.

Kim and Kanye recently spent time in the UK, and reports emerged that Kris had advised the brunette beauty to relocate for good.

However, the reality TV matriarch admits that couldn't be further from the truth.

"No, that's not true. I can't cope with any of my babies moving too far away!" she laughed in an interview with British magazine OK!

The Kardashian family are constantly in the limelight thanks to their colourful personalities and love lives. Kris steers clear of reading reports in the press, and doesn't let gossip upset her.

"For a start, we don't read the Internet or the magazines. It's not healthy to read everything that's written about you, especially when so much is false," she explained.

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