Kris Jenner has admitted she doesn't like being called ''grandma'' but she loves her three grandchildren.
Kris Jenner hates being called ''grandma''.
Although the chat show host loves her three grandkids, her daughter Kim Kardashian's newborn baby North with Kanye West, and Mason, three, and 12-month-old Penelope - whose parents are Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick - Kris has asked the kids not to call her grandma.
Kris, 57, said: ''They call me Lovey and Bruce [Jenner, Kris' husband] is Grandpa. At first I was Grandma and all of a sudden I didn't like the way that sounded. My mom had a friend named Lovey. I thought that was the cutest name.''
Kris and Bruce have recently taken to living in separate houses on some days, sparking speculation their marriage could be going through a rocky patch.
But the businesswoman - who manages the careers of her kids - insists their 22-year marriage is still going strong and the reason Bruce goes to the property is to enjoy the beach.
She told People magazine: ''It's a pretty fabulous relationship. We were lucky enough to get a place by the beach. He spends time there back and forth. We all do. I don't have a crystal ball but I hope we'll be old and grey together.''
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