Kris Jenner On Today Wednesday

November 2, 2011 by staff 

Kris Jenner On Today Wednesday, After separation of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, mom Kris Jenner is scheduled to make an appearance on television to talk about it only that, scheduled to go on NBC’s “Today” on Wednesday to discuss the division.

Monday, Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from Kris Humphries a mere 72 days after they said “yes.”

“She took a decision based on whatever feelings I had,” Jenner, 55, said during an interview on Tuesday, People reported. “I do not question him. It is not the first person in the world to get a divorce or have something like this happen, and not the last. People have to stop judging.”

“Kim is needed to make a very difficult and I had to do this on their own,” said Jenner. “She is five years. She is a woman of 30 years old, who definitely needs my support right now. It is something that I thought not always happily ever after.”

Kardashian reportedly surprised the NBA player with the divorce papers this week. Humphries told TMZ: “I am committed to this marriage and all that this convention.”

He added: “I love my wife and I am devastated to learn that the divorce … I’m willing to do whatever it takes to work.”

The two were married on August 20, at a wedding that cost a reported and 20 million and involved more than 400 guests. The ceremony was televised storybook as part of two specials on E!.

The network issued a statement regarding the divorce.

“All of us at E! are shocked and saddened by the news and send our support to Kim and Kris at this difficult time. The Kardashians have always been exceptionally open to all aspects of their lives from the joyful events for times intimate wrenching transitions. E! will continue to share real life and fascinating larger than life, the existence of this close-knit family. “

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