KUWTK: Kris Jenner says daughter Kourtney tries several times a day to dismiss her as a momager!
Kris Jenner is also known as the “momager” of the Kardashian Jenner clan for a reason! There is no doubt that the Matriarch is as involved in her children’s many businesses as possible, but it turns out that one of them would prefer if it weren’t!
Kris admitted that she sometimes feels like a firefighter because of her busy momager, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t totally “qualified” for the job.
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In a preview of an upcoming interview for WSJ Magazine’s The One series, she joked that her oldest child, Kourtney Kardashian tries to fire her ‘probably three or four times and that’s only one day!’
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“I think I am good because they are my children and I think I am qualified for so many different reasons,” explained the matriarch.
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She further compared herself to a kind of firefighter in that she often has to “put out fires” when it comes to her children’s public life and careers.
When asked what makes her a good mother, Kris said, “First of all, I think that if it’s your child, if you were just a real person, the one, you would go beyond anything that would be asked of you typical paycheck gets. “
The Jenner mentioned that she always does anything for her loved ones.
While Kris and her family seem to have figured out everything in life, which has not always been the case, Kris wanted to make it clear to everyone involved that there is no set age to find your “perfect” career path.
In the mid to late 90s, I had more kids and was trying to figure out what my career path would be. If you think about it, I started filming Keeping Up With The Kardashians when i was 52 years old. And when you think of everything we’ve accomplished since I was 52, it’s wild. ‘