There is no doubt that Kris Jenner is one of the busiest women in the entertainment industry.
The socialite wakes up around 4 am every day in silk pajamas. (Because he thinks 5 am would be too late.) Then she does Pilates, takes a bath, replies to emails and then starts solving problems that come with managing moguls, who are her children.
She is not shy in pointing out the myriad of offerings that make up the Kardashian-Jenner empire.
“You know, the girls have so many different businesses from Kylie Cosmetics to Skims, to Good American, to Kim’s new skincare line and 818 and Poosh – it’s all, you know, always evolving,” she states.
The night before, she had dinner for Kim’s skincare brand, SKKN, she says, “which was beautiful.”
In keeping with the family’s entrepreneurial efforts, backed by their E! reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians and a host of other spin-offs, it isn’t easy these days, and keeping up with Jenner isn’t easy either.
Now she’s even promoting her partnership with Amazon Glow, a kid-friendly technology that she says will help her play games and video chat with her many grandkids.
“I get to have quality time and do things with the grandkids that I can’t do when I can’t see them in person,” she states, further saying that it aids in creating a “meaningful connection.”
Jenner confesses the days are long, and production can be “very, very time consuming,” especially with the making of Season 2 of Hulu’s The Kardashians quickly approaching.
However, she states, “I’m in love with the show.”
“You do get to experience the sort of business side and the personal side, and then you get to see what each one of us is up to singularly, which I think is important,” she continues.
As all the meetings and filming are packing her time, Jenner says she sometimes misses a call or two from her children.
“Decline?” she responded, laughing when asked if she had ever clicked the “ignore” button on a call from one of her offspring during business hours. “Well, it depends on the day.”
But when it comes to her grandchildren, she makes a huge exception.
“I would never ignore a call from my grandkids. That would probably stop me in my tracks, and I wanna deal with whatever they’re up to and get in some Lovey [her grandmother nickname] time,” she stated.
“I might ignore a call from the kids, but it’s probably 99.9 percent of the time I’ll pick it up.”
She further said: “Sometimes if I’m on a Zoom, it’s a little bit easier to answer via text, you know what I mean? I was in a meeting yesterday, and I picked up the phone. I had to walk out of the room a couple of times when Kylie called. So, you know, you never know who’s got what going on.”