The Kardashians matriarch is notably the proud mom to Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Rob Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner. In addition to supporting her children — she shared her eldest four with ex-husband Robert Kardashian and her younger two with ex Caitlyn Jenner — she is also now a doting “lovey” to their respective little ones.
“[My favorite] changes all the time,” the Safely founder told Us Weekly and other reporters in January 2020. “[I’m] close to all the girls because we do a lot of fun, girly stuff. … On [a family] vacation, I think I was attached to [Kourtney’s youngest son] Reign [the most], [but] it changes every day. The babies are just starting to get animated so that’s cute. There’s a lot of personalities.”
“Being with her, it was great,” Harry — who shares son Archie and daughter Lilibet with wife Meghan Markle — told Hoda Kotb in April 2022 of his visit with the sovereign earlier that month. “It was just so nice to see her. She’s [in] great form.”
Nearly two years earlier, Harry and the Suits alum had taken a step back from their duties as senior royals and relocated to Montecito, California. At the time, the Duke of Sussex said of his grandmother: “She’s always got a great sense of humor with me. Both Meghan and I had tea with her [during our visit]. It was really nice to catch up with her.”
“They really love [being grandparents],” the Gift of Forgiveness author, who shares daughters Lyla and Eloise with husband Chris Pratt, exclusively told Us in December 2020. “It’s such a great and cool new role for both of them to be able to experience. Also, for me as their daughter to watch them in this new role is such a beautiful thing.”
Katherine added: “I’m constantly going to [my mom] for more information and learning so much more and calling her for this, calling her for that. I did that throughout my whole pregnancy as well. I just feel really lucky to be able to have that source to go to and to ask so many of these questions.”
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