Kris Jenner gets teary-eyed as she reveals how Khloe is doing amid cheating scandal
She also addressed Kanye's recent controversy.
Kris Jenner began to get teary-eyed as she revealed how her daughter Khloe was doing amid the cheating scandal surrounding her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson.
The 62-year-old recalled her daughter's first few weeks of motherhood, gushing about how "amazing" she was.
During an appearance on The Ellen De Generes Show, she said:
“I’m so proud of that kid. I get choked up because she’s such a good mom and honestly I get so emotional.
“I was in Cleveland last week, it was snowing, and she was all nestled in the nursery and the baby.
“She’s just concentrating on that, being a mom, her baby and that’s what her sisters are doing as well.”
Khloe gave birth to her first child, a daughter named True, with Tristan Thompson last month - days after it was reported that he had cheated on her during her pregnancy.
And while Kris says that Khloe is focusing being a mum rather than the "unexpected" allegations, she told how the family reacted when they first heard the news.
"I think we do what we always do and that's spring into action with love.
"We all hopped on a plane and flew to Cleveland because that's what we know to do.
"I'm there to support my kids no matter what happens, and I just do the best I can, just like anybody else would for their family.
"There's a lot of us. We all get together and we do things together and we're a force to be reckoned with."
She also defended her son-in-law, Kanye West, among the recent controversy surrounding him.
The rapper sparked outrage recently with a number of comments, including saying that slavery "sounds like a choice".
However, when the chat show host asked Kris if everything was OK with Kanye, the momager insisted he "always does things with really good intentions."
"You know, Kanye has a lot of love for all of you, all of his fans, and everybody who's been there to support him forever.
"And, I know that he will explain himself in his own way.
"And, I think that anything he does–and I just think this is important to say is–he always does things with really good intentions.
"So, I'm going to let him explain himself when the time is ready."