February 04, 2014 12:00 PM by Lisa Princ
Given her own marital issues, Kris Jenner hardly seems fit to dish relationship advice to anyone, but since when has that ever stopped her? This time, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians matriarch is
sticking her nose in where it doesn’t belong giving her best divorce advice to her daughter, Khloe Kardashian.
Kris Jenner is not one to keep her nose out of her children’s business, so whether Khloe Kardashian wants it or not, she’s getting Jenner’s advice. Despite her own failed marriage, Kris Jenner is still trying to give her daughter divorce advice, according to the latest report by Hollywood Life. But what kind of advice is Jenner giving?
Insiders claim that now that Kardashian has sold the mansion she once shared with Lamar Odom, Jenner thinks she needs to leave all the memories behind her. “Kris told her once everything is out of that house that she no longer wants, once it’s time for her to really be done with that place. Kris told her to walk through that front door, slam it and never look back,” one source told the site.
While Khloe has already gotten most of her belongings out of the home, she is dreading doing the final walkthrough. Meanwhile, rumor has it that Khloe Kardashian is beating herself up for not being able to save her marriage.
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