“First of all, I pray about it. I really do,” the 63-year-old said to Ryan Seacrest. “I find the spiritual side of me has to kick in or else I feel like I wouldn’t survive. But I think my kids make really good decisions, as challenging as some of these situations are because they have one another and they try to make really good decisions, they’re going to come out the other side with a lot of clarity and honesty and do what they feel like is the right thing.”
As In Touch previously reported, Tristan, 28, and Jordyn, 21, hooked up at SHOREbar in Santa Monica on February 17. Since then, the Kardashian family has been trying to move forward with their lives.
In the Season 16 trailer for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloé Kardashian sobs over her “life” struggles and admitted that the athlete doesn’t have “respect” for her. “It just sucks it has to be so public,” the 34-year-old said in the video. “I’m not just a TV show. This is my life.”
Even though the show is meant to be dramatic, Kris admitted that it’s been nice knowing they can help fans if they are going through a similar situation. “People watch the show and we remind them of things that their family might be going through or things that they’re experiencing or don’t want to talk about and suddenly, here it is right there for them to watch and see how they might handle it or go through it because it’s real,” she said.
The In the Kitchen with Kris author also revealed that by her children becoming parents, it has changed their outlook on life. “I think [having] kids has really made such a different obviously in all of their lives [too],” she said. “Everyone so far except Kendall [Jenner] — she doesn’t have a baby yet.”
Koko is definitely trying her best to put the past behind her once and for all. “I have to move on with my life [and] count my blessings, my family, my health [and] my beautiful baby True,” she tweeted on March 2.
Once again, the Kardashian clan has proved that they can weather anything that comes their way.