November 05, 2011 08:00 AM by Lisa Princ
Kris Jenner had no problems revealing that she felt her daughter, Kim Kardashian, should keep the engagement ring that was given to her by Kris Humphries, despite the couple’s pending divorce. As hypocritical as it seems, the Keeping Up With The Kardasians Matriarch now says that people need to stop judging her family. Really? You betcha – read on to hear what Kris Jenner had to say!
Despite the fact that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians mom, Kris Jenner, recently said that Kim Kardashian should not give Kris Humphries his ring back, claiming: “A gift is a gift. If you look at the etiquette books, it says keep a present,” she expects people to stop judging her family. Kris Jenner recently told People Magazine about Kim Kardashian’s divorce: “People really don’t know the true story, so you have a lot of people making assumptions and judging us unfairly at times. And people really need to listen and just be patient and wait for everything to reveal itself.” Does that mean that Kim Kardashian is planning on telling the true story soon?
Whether or not Kim Kardashian will reveal her true reasons, Kris Jenner is determined to squash all the rumors that the divorce filing, and her new book, Kris Jenner…And All Things Kardashian were planned to happen at the same time. Kris said: “And for all those naysayers out there that, you know, kind of comment and judge me on being out here trying to do my best, it’s just a shame that people don’t, um, think the best.” Kris Jenner did not reveal anymore details about the divorce, only saying that: “Kim is in a lot of pain.”
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