Previous reports have said that Kris Jenner is thrilled to kash in on Khloe and Tristan's breakup drama.
But until now, we haven't really heard directly from Kris about Tristan cheating on his baby mama with Jordyn Woods.
Now, however, Kris has come forward to share exactly how she copes with intense family drama like this.
On Friday, March 29, Kris Jenner called in to On Air With Ryan Seacrest to finally discuss the scandal that rocked her family.
She told the controversial E! host how she responds to massive media maelstroms like this one.
"First of all," Kris says. "I pray about it."
Kris is a devoted Christian.
"I really do," she says. "I find that, you know, just the spiritual side of me has to kick in."
Kris notes that she has to view things like this through a religious lens "because otherwise, you know, I feel like I wouldn’t survive."
"As challenging as some of these situations are," Kris admits.
She continues: "I think that because [my kids] have one another"
"And," she notes. "They try to make really good decisions."
Because of those factors, she believes "that they’re gonna come out the other side with a lot of clarity."
Having a strong emotional support network in your family (and infinite financial resources) can really do wonders for your state of mind!
"And," Kris expresses, her offspring emerge from these scandals with "a lot of honesty."
They consider the situation, she explains, "and do what they feel like is the right thing."
"And I really trust all of my kids to make those good decisions," Kris affirms.
We would certainly hope so. Most of them are grown-ass adults in their thirties. Kourtney will turn 40 in April.
Kris shares that she believes that becoming parents themselves "really made such a difference, obviously, in all of their lives."
We guess that Kendall was either just fine to begin with or remains tragically unenlightened.
Kris says that heartbreaks like Khloe's may be part of what helps the Kardashians remain socially relevant after so long.
"People watch the show," Kris notes. "And we remind them of things that their family might be going through."
"Or things that they’re experiencing," Kris continues. "Or don’t want to talk about."
In this case, that could be a cheater, or a suspicion of cheating, or someone feeling betrayed by someone they considered to be family.
"And suddenly here it is, you know, right there for them to watch," Kris observes.
Kris says that these fans and viewers with similar struggles watch "and see how we might handle it, or go through it."
She says that these relatable experiences work "because it’s real."
Rich, famous families have some of the same problems as regular families, but also very different ones.
In conclusion, Kris says: "I think that some of the stuff that we’ve been able to show … has been really beneficial."
Hey, if people can benefit from watching Khloe melt down because she refuses to believe Jordyn Woods' side of the story, we don't disagree.
And Khloe gets paid for sharing her story on camera, so maybe it's worth all of the heartache and the sometimes-deserved backlash.