The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is thrilled for her Khloe - who is reportedly expecting her first child with her partner Tristan Thompson - and has revealed she is in ''such a great place in her personal life''.
She shared: ''We love Tristan so much, and she's so happy, and she's been through so much. Just seeing her be able to do something so creative with [her denim line] Good American - that's her passion. On top of it, to be in such a great place in her personal life is amazing. She's really happy. She lives most of the time now in Cleveland, so that's interesting, because she's not around every day.''
And the 61-year-old television personality says her family is ''everything'' to her.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she added: ''I think they just see by example. All of us are together, so it's not like I have to sit each one down and say, 'OK, when you grow up, or when you have a baby ...' We're so involved with each other's lives that I think they see how we all manage and micromanage our lives. I taught my kids from day one, family is everything - so, that comes first. They've always had their priorities together and I'm proud of that. Their kids always come first, and I think that's important.''
Meanwhile, Kris previously admitted she wishes her life was ''a little more private'' sometimes.
She said: ''We've been doing the show for nearly a decade, and since the show started we've opened up our homes to everyone and invited people into our lives, which means showing you the good along with the bad.
''As people got to know us through years of watching the show, we found that it wasn't really possible, nor would it be authentic to who we are and what the show is all about, if we tried to keep things from being filmed.
''There are moments that you wish could be a little more private, but the show has opened up so many doors to so many incredible opportunities, and I wouldn't change that for anything.''
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