Kris Jenner: 'I just want Khloe Kardashian to be happy'
Kris Jenner has given daughter Khloe Kardashian's new romance with basketball player Tristan Thompson her approval, labelling the sportsman "the nicest guy".
Kris Jenner approves of daughter Khloe Kardashian's new boyfriend.
Reality star Khloe went public with her romance with basketball player Tristan Thompson on Friday (16Sep16), when a steamy clip which showed her kissing the sportsman was posted on Snapchat.
As Kris attended the Annual Summer Spectacular to Benefit the Brent Shapiro Foundation in Beverly Hills, California, on Saturday night (17Sep16), she couldn't resist gushing about her daughter's new man.
"I have (met Tristan), he's a wonderful guy," Kris told Entertainment Tonight. "I have met him and he's great. Khloe is a delicious girl. Yeah, I just want her to be happy. Having a good time."
The romance is not the first since newly-blonde Khloe split from husband Lamar Odom in 2013, but her continued close relationship with her ex, as well as her caring for him as he recovered from a collapse in a Las Vegas brothel last October (15), is believed to have been responsible for several of her dalliances ending.
Khloe appears to be revelling in her new relationship, and was photographed looking happy as she headed out for lunch with Tristan over the weekend.
"He’s really great, he’s the nicest guy, I just met him,” Kris added to U.S. TV show Extra. “I do and I just want her to be happy, so we’ll see.”
Kris has made a name for herself as the world's first "momager", and balances motherhood alongside managing her children's careers. Her son Rob is also enjoying something of a comeback after finding love with Blac Chyna, with the pair now expecting their first child together.
They have been chronicling their romance and the impending arrival of their baby daughter in new E! show Rob & Chyna, and Kris added she is infinitely proud of her boy.
"I'm so proud of him and they did, they worked hard at that," she added to Entertainment Tonight. "I'm proud of my kids. They did a good job. They work hard. They told their story. They're telling their story. I told someone the other day, if you thought episode one was crazy, oh WOAH! It's a wild ride."
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