They’re a family who has amassed a fortune from their drama being played out on the hit reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, so how does momager Kris Jenner deal with all the drama?
The Jenner-Kardashian matriarch opened up to USA Today and revealed her secret to dealing with all that drama, telling the media outlet, “I’m really an optimist.”
“I’m always looking at the glass half-full, and I’m really an optimist,” the 65-year-old grandma told USA Today. “I always think that everything is gonna be OK. And it’s really my job as everyone’s mom to make sure that everybody stays calm and we understand what’s happening.”
Jenner revealed the pandemic was “very challenging” for her and her family, but the ordeal has led to a new business venture, Safely – a line of home cleaning products and self-care items that are plant-powered.
“As my family members started to get COVID, it became even more important, obviously, to me as a mom and a grandmother and wanting for everybody to be safe, and OK, and clean, and protected,” Jenner told USA Today. “It’s a huge concern, I think for anybody, when you’re looking for an answer to an invisible enemy.”
Jenner partnered up with Chrissy Teigen and Good American co-founder, Emma Grede for Safely, which offers hand soap and cream, sanitizer, laundry detergent, glass cleaner, and a universal cleaner. USA Today reports the line will be available for purchase starting Thursday with prices ranging from $6 to $14.