Kris Jenner On Getting Married Again: “I just don’t think that I want to go there”

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When it comes to Kris Jenner and marriage, she has been there, done that — twice! and she is in no hurry to walk down the isle anytime soon, if anytime at all. The 62-year-old Kardashian mom was first married to the late Robert Kardashian from 1978 to 1991, and then to Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce, from 1991 to 2014.

Kris has been in a great relationship with Corey, but she has no interest in saying ‘ I do’ for a third time. When asked if she’d marry again by Laura Wasser on her ‘Divorce Sucks!’ podcast, she said: “You know, you never say never, but I often say it’s just not what I think I need to do again based on my past.”

The KUWTK reality start went on to say, “I’m in a really great relationship right now and I’m happy and I don’t want to mess that up. I used to listen to people say that, by the way, and think, ‘Oh, what a crock of you know what.”

Kris has been dating Corey since 2014 and says that when it comes to the white dress, big wedding and more babies

—  “I’ve done that.”

“I don’t have the need to put on a long, white dress and walk down an aisle. I’ve done that. I’ve had the big wedding, I’ve had the babies and the kids – six of them, by the way. It’s not like we need to do that again; my body wouldn’t cooperate if I wanted it to. I think that I just feel really grateful and blessed for my past experiences and I’m looking forward to my future and I just don’t think that I want to go there.”

The momager of 6 confessed that while at the time she “didn’t understand” why her oldest daughter Kourtney chose not to marry her longtime partner and father of her three children, Scott Disick — it is something she totally understands now.

“The more her and I communicated, and she told me how she felt and I just felt like, she knows what she’s doing. She’s got these amazing kids. So, I think to each his own. No two people are going to have the same opinion.”

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