Kris Jenner reflects on her ‘biggest regret’ that ‘broke up’ her family
Kris Jenner has opened up about her “biggest regret” that created a rift in her family.
The momager, 64, candidly reflected on her past as she sat down with Diane von Furstenberg for her podcast InCharge With DVF, admitting her actions tore apart her family
Kris spoke about the cheating incident which destroyed her first marriage to Robert Kardashian Sr nearly 30 years ago.
The mum-of-six also opened up about what life as a single parent with four children was like, and the sheer struggles she had to face just to make ends meet.
She told Diane: “I got married when I was very, very young.
"I met Robert when I was 18 years old. We dated for four years, got married at 22, sooner or later during my life when I was in my 30s, I had an affair and my biggest regret was the fact that it broke up my family."
After the pair’s official divorce in 1991, Kris was left to battle heavy financial problems which took a toll on her emotional stress.
She explained: "I didn't know how I was going to make a living. It was the scariest time to be that young. I think I was 32 years old, and I had four children.
"My son was maybe a year old and it was scary. I was really, really scared.”
At the time, Kris was a mum to Kourtney, Kim, Khloe and Rob.
But the businesswoman admits that her religious beliefs helped her see a light at the end of the tunnel, as she said she prayed to God to give her power and “the ability to be in charge of my own life".
"It was my turn to really grow up," she said.
Details of her affair were previously revealed in her 2011 memoir Kris Jenner… And All Things Kardashian, in which she admitted to cheating on her late ex-husband with a football player who was 10 years her junior.
She previously told TMZ's Harvey Levin, who quizzed her on whether or not she did cheat
She said: "I did, I did. Which wasn’t… nothing I’m proud of. When I look back on it now, probably one of my biggest regrets in my life is that that marriage fell apart."
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