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Kris Jenner Reflects on Early Doubts in Relationship with Corey Gamble Amid Paris Fashion Week


In a heartfelt reveal on a recent episode of “The Kardashians,” Kris Jenner shared some personal insights into her relationship with Corey Gamble as they attended Paris Fashion Week. The couple, known for their strong bond, traveled to Europe to support Kris’s daughter, Kendall Jenner, who was participating in the L’Oréal show.

During the episode, Kris expressed that Paris holds a sentimental value for her and Corey, hinting at the depth of their connection that has flourished over the years. However, she candidly discussed the initial doubts she had about their relationship, particularly concerning their 25-year age difference, told People.

“I love being in Paris with Corey because Corey and I started dating in Paris, so he always plans a really special night for us while we’re here,” she said. “I used to say to Corey all the time when I first started dating him, like why do you want to date somebody who is older than you? I didn’t get the age gap, and then he taught me that age is just a number. It’s a f—ing big number, but it’s a number!” she said. Kris then added: “Listen, I can’t explain someone’s chemistry or why people fall in love but it’s been an amazing almost 10 years, and we have a great time.”

In a confessional segment, the 68-year-old matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner clan opened up about her initial skepticism, reflecting on the challenges and perceptions she faced when starting a relationship with Corey. Despite the early doubts, the couple’s journey in Paris highlighted how far they have come, underscoring the strong partnership they have built over time, transcending the skepticism that once clouded their early days.

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