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Kris Jenner Considering Changing Her Name Back To Kardashian

October 11, 2013 03:00 PM by Lisa Princ

Now that Kris Jenner is a free woman since splitting from Bruce Jenner, why hang on to his name? After all, she even admitted that her biggest regret is divorcing Robert Kardashian. Now, rumor has it that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians momager is considering changing her name back to Kardashian!

Wow the slaps in the face to Bruce Jenner just keep coming from Kris Jenner, don’t they? First, Jenner revealed that she should have never divorced the late Robert Kardashian, and now, rumor has it that Jenner is considering changing her last name back to Kardashian.

That’s right, in a new report from our friends at Radar Online, one insider told them that Kris is considering a name change now that she has split from Bruce, because: “Kris always considered [her ex-husband] Robert Kardashian to be the love of her life, and their family empire is built on the Kardashian name. It would be so much simpler if Kris just changed her name back.”

As for Bruce Jenner, he probably wouldn’t mind, as the source went on to add: “The only time the two talk on the phone is about [their teenage daughters] Kendall and Kylie. Bruce is completely off the reservation, finally living his life the way he wants to.” Rumor also has it that the split is starting to get nasty, so perhaps that is why Jenner wants to change her name.

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