The world-famous momager headed to the Today Show to talk to Ann Curry about Kim's not-so-fairytale marriage.
"I knew [about the divorce] a few days before," Jenner told Ann Curry. "She felt what she felt."
Yeah, yeah. What about all the reports that this whole thing was a sham? What about all the time we wasted watching that god forsaken wedding special?
"It makes me feel sad that some people are acting that way. Certainly wasn’t a sham. We have enough going on in our show that we don’t have to make things up."
Yep, there sure is a lot going on on Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Like, uh...losing earrings. And talking about boys. They're tackling the issues, man.
"[Kim] really felt like she was in love with him and this was an amazing time. I had no idea there was a problem at the time."
She must not watch the show. And what about all the money they made from the wedding?
"Not true," Jenner claims. "Absolutely false. They made some money for the pictures that were sold and things like that, but at the end of the day that went towards the wedding."
So she's also trying to tell us that Kim actually paid for her own wedding. Try to digest that one.
And while we're talking about money, apparently, that ring didn’t cost $2 million, either.
"It wasn’t a 2 million dollar ring," Jenner says. "You write it down, you say it out loud and suddenly it’s a fact. It was less than half of that."
Oh, and in case you thought the Kardashians were just another vapid reality family that can't pull the silver spoons from their mouths:
"Kim did and is going to do a lot more wonderful give-back things," her mom said. "Which she does often, by the way. Very quietly."
Because having your momager talk about how you do charity on national television is very quiet.
Jenner says that Kim is "sick" about the divorce. "She felt like she let a lot of people down. She had to come out and say I' made a mistake and I feel terrible.'"
So now that it looks like the Kardashian empire is crumbling, does Kris regret anything they've done?
"I don’t have any regrets. We have people sort of invested in our lives from day one. I feel so blessed and grateful for the TV show."