Divorce is never easy - even if you're a celebrity. Kris Jenner has even opened up about her own experiences with divorce and recently gave her daughter Kim Kardashian the most relatable advice.
If you haven't heard, Kim and Kanye are over. Yep, the couple has filed for divorce after seven years of marriage, and Kris has come to her daughter's aid to support her through the emotional experience. According to the star, when it comes to divorce, do what's best for the kids (if you have any).
While chatting with WSJ's Magazine The One, Kris talked about what she's learned through the course of her two divorces (the first from her late ex-husband Robert Kardashian and then later to her ex Caitlyn Jenner).
"I think the most important thing I learned through my experience, both of my experiences, is that the kids come first," she said. "If you keep that in the front of your mind and know that they are going to get you through, the love is going to get you through, you know, no matter how much you're hurting."
That's not to say that things were always easy. Kris even admitted to having moments where she broke down, but she also tried to stay strong in front of her children.
"I used to put everybody to bed, and then I would be upset or go to my room and cry myself to sleep. But I didn't want to have a pity party in front of the kids," she continued.
She even summed up divorce in the nicest way possible, saying things can "get really silly" in divorce, but again, it's best to prioritize the kids than focus on "unnecessary" factors.
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