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Kris Jenner: We all love Scott Disick

Published 14/10/2015

Kris Jenner
Kris Jenner

Kris Jenner hopes son Rob will return to the family’s reality show for season 11.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Reality star Kris Jenner has not turned her back on Scott Disick despite the end of his relationship with her daughter Kourtney Kardashian.

The couple parted ways in June (15) after nine years together and three children following pictures being released online of Scott cosying up to ex-girlfriend Chloe Bartoli. Despite the 59-year-old calling him a “piece of s**t” on the season 10 finale of their show when she saw the images, Kris insists Scott still has a place in her heart.

“Aw, love him, love him. He's doing good," she told Access Hollywood while attending Cosmopolitan’s 50th birthday celebrations on Monday night (12Oct15). "I talked to him today. He's always gonna be a part of our family, you know. We love really hard and he's the father of my grandchildren and we all love Scott."

The 32-year-old has children Mason, five, Penelope, four and 10-month-old Reign with Kourtney. Following the split the 36-year-old has been leaning on her family for support and Kris insists her eldest child is doing well.

“Kourtney has such a big heart, she wants the best for everybody, her first priority (is) her kids and, ya know, she does a great job,” she added to Extra at the event. “She's a great mom and she, ya know, she has a big job. (The split) was truly unexpected and when we were going through it, it was hard.

The matriarch also took the opportunity to address other rumours surrounding her offspring. Son Rob, 28, has shunned the limelight and the family’s reality show in recent years due to gaining weight. But Kris is hopeful that he’ll be back for season 11.

“Rob's doing OK," she added. "He's been doing his thing. You know, trying to be a better Rob. So, he's good."

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