The matriarch has some telling sentiments about her youngest's newfound motherhood.
Kylie Jenner's pregnancy, while being widely reported and confirmed by multiple news outlets, still hit the zeitgeist like a wrecking ball, shaking up the tabloids and blogosphere in the process. Jenner's pregnancy and the arrival of Stormi Webster, her first child with rapper Travis Scott, were welcomed with open arms by her family members, who have gone on record to show their support for their youngest sibling.
At a grand opening yesterday in Beverly Hills, Kris Jenner was approached by reporters who were still keen on gathering details about the birth of her daughter's newborn.
The Kardashian/Jenner matriarch reveals that "I think she was just born to have kids. I felt like I was the same way. I wanted to have a baby when I was 16 years old." She continues to note how "I thought about how many kids I would have. So I think that some people are just … when you know, you know."
Speaking about how Kylie has been doing as of late, Kris admits that she is doing "really, really great," alongside Stormi, who is "happy and healthy."
Kendall Jenner is now the only family member who has yet to enter into parenthood, as Khloe is due to give birth in the near future.