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Kris Jenner: My biggest fear is losing someone

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Kris Jenner: My biggest fear is losing someone

Kris Jenner's biggest fear is losing someone.

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star made the admission whilst talking to her mother Mary Joe Shannon on the upcoming episode of the E! reality show.

Getting very emotional, Kris said: "Why did you ask me that? I don't want to say it ... Losing someone."

Meanwhile, the 61-year-old star previously opened up about her life in the spotlight, admitting she sometimes wishes her life was "a little more private".

She said: "We've been doing the show for nearly a decade, and since the show started we've opened up our homes to everyone and invited people into our lives, which means showing you the good along with the bad.

"As people got to know us through years of watching the show, we found that it wasn't really possible, nor would it be authentic to who we are and what the show is all about, if we tried to keep things from being filmed.

"There are moments that you wish could be a little more private, but the show has opened up so many doors to so many incredible opportunities, and I wouldn't change that for anything."

Kris makes a special effort to try and finish at 5pm every day so she can spend her evenings with her family and friends.

She added: Some days that is more successful than others! I'm so lucky that my kids all live nearby so we are always spending a lot of time together.

"I love to have family dinners, barbecues or movie nights with my grandkids. A lot of the time we're all moving at a million miles a minute, so it's important to slow down, relax and enjoy the greatest pleasures in life: my wonderful friends, my amazing children and my beautiful grandkids."