Kris Jenner is one proud mama!
The reality star momager chatted on SiriusXM's Conversations with Maria Menounos and, despite the raciness of it, couldn't help but gush over Kylie Jenner's photo shoot with Interview magazine.
"The pictures are insane. This is so Kylie, by the way," Kris says. "Steven Klein shot this, he is so iconic and amazing. And I love that my girls get to work with the most fantastic photographers in the world. It's such a great experience and it's truly remarkable. But I think that when they're doing this, it's just such a private photoshoot. And she really gets to work with him and express herself. And this is what she loves. I think it's great. I think they're beautiful and artistic. "
However, she does have some concerns over the amount of skin shown. "I think she could have covered her bum a little bit more right there. But I saw the way the hair and the latex and the all that…it's just so cool. It's almost like she's doll-like. And she's wild, and this is how she expresses herself. So I think it's great."
Despite some backlash revolving around the racy photos—especially with the use of a wheelchair as a prop—Kris says Kylie has a good outlook on life and the best intentions.
"I think that she's definitely somebody who's got a great head on her shoulders, she's such a great person, such a great girl with a big heart," Kris gushes about her daughter. "So I don't worry about that side of her. And when she expresses herself artistically like that, I love it."
Meanwhile, Kylie feels like the public scrutiny she's faced has taken away from some of those qualities her mom gushes about.
"Pretty much ever since I was 9, since the show started, there's been so much bullying towards me," she opened up, candidly in the interview. "Like, every single day I see something negative about me. And it's just completely torn me apart. I feel like I've lost so many amazing traits because I've listened to stupid people, ignorant people who are bullies."
However, she does look at her life and realize how lucky she is. "I've done so many things that most 35-year-old women still haven't done…Like yesterday, I realized that I'm 18, I'm a female, and I have accomplished so much, I live in a beautiful home and I work really hard, so I'm just grateful."