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Kris Jenner: I wish ex Caitlyn joy

Published 15/08/2015

Kris Jenner
Kris Jenner

Kris Jenner is living the dream following her divorce and couldn’t be prouder of what her family is up to.

The former couple were married for 22 years until their divorce went final in March. When Caitlyn came out as transgender in June after living as Bruce most of her life through an interview in Vanity Fair, she mentioned how her marriage fell apart, but Kris has no hard feelings.

“I just want everyone that I love in my family and in my life to be happy, and so my wish for Caitlyn is that she finds her joy,” Kris told Haute Living magazine.

Kris’ eldest daughter Kourtney, 36, has experienced a recent breakup of her own, as she decided to split with Scott Disick in July after spending nine years together.

And Kris couldn’t be more proud of how Kourtney is adapting to life without the father of her three kids in the home.

“She’s kind of my hero right now—she makes good decisions,” the matriarch gushed. “She always puts her children first and is accepting, loving, and dedicated to her family—she doesn’t get easily ruffled. This situation has made me realise how strong she is.”

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, who has been dubbed the ‘momager’ for launching the careers of her kids, works from 5am to 5pm nearly every weekday.

However, she still manages to squeeze in relaxation time, as Kris thinks it’s important to have a good laugh.

“People just don’t get what a goofball I am,” she said. “They see the business side and the crazy family side, but I have a lot of friends who I enjoying spending time with. We have some serious belly-laughing going on when together, and that is so good for the soul. We really support each other. Surround yourself with really good people who are like-minded. Life is too short to be with people who don’t have a good energy.”

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