Kris Jenner got very emotional as she reflected on how much she missed her mother MJ while the entire Kardashian clan has struggled with quarantining during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 64-year-old momager wiped the tears from her eyes during a family Zoom video call with Kendall Jenner, Scott Disick, Kim and Khloe Kardashian in a sneak peek clip from Keeping Up With The Kardashians released on Thursday.
Kris could not fight back her sadness as she talked about how ‘lonely’ her 86-year-old mother Mary Jo Shannon was during California’s safe-at-home order.
Kim – who once referred to grandmother MJ as her ‘idol’ – made sure to ask Kris how she was doing.
Kris replied: ‘She’s good, but you guys should FaceTime with her because she gets kind of lonely. I know you all do, but just don’t forget.’
Things take an emotional turn as the momager recalls the last time she spent time with MJ in-person weeks prior.
She said: ‘I took her for a little ride before they really shut everything down. We’d just drive around to some familiar spots.’
Reflecting on the moments that day with her mother, she was overcome with emotion and even paused to gather her thoughts.
Kris continued: ‘It was good. I just miss her. I feel so bad because she’s lonely and she’s been in that apartment for, I don’t know, two months because of her fracture.’
Several flashback clips of her time with her mother are shown as the momager goes more in-depth about her feelings in a confessional interview.
She said: ‘I really miss MJ a lot, we always have things planned and talk about where we’re gonna go and what we’re gonna do you like it.
‘The longer this goes I’m feeling a sense of loss because i can’t be with her.’
Kris gathered the family together on the conference video call as the clip began with her saying: ‘We’re at another week of quarantine.
‘It’s gonna be a while until we get together for a big family dinner again, so I decided to have the whole family come together and do a video call. I think it’ll be really fun.’
Khloe has struggled with being in quarantine as she told her family: ‘I feel like I’ve been in here for a year.’
Kris said that she has good days and bad days before explaining: ‘But it’s about just not being able to see you guys. I get really sad.’
The youngest Kardashian sister replied: ‘The whole thing is just hard. It’s like, how long is this gonna go on for and what’s gonna happen.’
Disick gave the rest of the family a bit of a reality check as he replied: ‘It’s going on a lot longer than we think.’
Scott’s ex Kourtney, her younger brother Rob, and Kendall’s younger sister Kylie were not seen on the call during the clip.
The second half of Keeping Up With the Kardashians Season 18 returns Thursday, September 17 at 8:00pm ET/PT on E!.