Kris Jenner is taking on some false reports following the announcement that she and hubby Bruce Jenner have separated.
The 57-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians mom is blasting Radar for a story that says she's "seriously" planning on changing her last name back to Kardashian now that she and Bruce have split.
"When are people going to realize Radar is owned by the same people who own Star and the Enquirer?" Kris tells E! News exclusively. "I'd like to think people are smarter than to believe this stuff. It's all rubbish."
According to the false reports, "Kris has seriously been thinking about changing her last name back to Kardashian. Kris always considered [her ex-husband] Robert Kardashian to be the love of her life, and their family empire is built on the Kardashian name. It would be so much simpler if Kris just changed her name back."
If you needed any more proof that Kris is happy being a Jenner, just take a look at the Instagram photo she shared last night. In the cute and candid family pic, Kris, Bruce and his sons Brody and Brandon flash giant smiles while all hanging out at home together. "Another amazing night @brodyjenner @sprandoni and Bruceeeeee!!! Too fun I love you guys!!! Best hearts #sorryTMZgotitwrongAGAINLOL," she captioned the shot.
"We were all just having fun up at the house like we always do!" Kris dished to E! News of the fun photo session.
Earlier today, Jenner also addressed recent reports that her biggest regret in life was divorcing her ex-husband Robert Kardashian. "It's a recycled story," Kris told E! News. "I wrote all about my regret of getting divorced in my book. It's always my answer when I'm asked about my biggest regret."
Kris and Bruce announced their separation earlier this week, saying in a statement, "We are living separately and we are much happier this way. But we will always have much love and respect for each other. Even though we are separated, we will always remain best friends and, as always, our family will remain our number one priority."
The duo has no plans to divorce.
—Reporting by Ken Baker