Kris Jenner says she ''definitely'' wants to fall in love again.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star, who filed for divorce from her husband of 23 years, Bruce Jenner, last month following their split last October, admits it would be ''amazing'' for her to find a new boyfriend.
The 58-year-old manager said: ''I want to definitely be in love, I like being in love, I think there's no better feeling in the world. So yeah, I mean that would be amazing.''
Following her split from Olympic gold medallist Bruce, 64, Kris was linked to former 'The Bachelor' star Ben Flajnik, 32.
They were frequently spotted on lunch and dinner dates, as well as attending Kris' son-in-law Kanye West's concert in Los Angeles, but a source later claimed the wine maker was ''using her'' in a bid to score his own reality TV series and their friendship seems to have fizzled out in recent months.
Kris and Bruce, who have two children, Kendall, 18, and Kylie, 17, together, as well as four other children each from previous marriages, thought their marriage was going to last forever.
She also told Giuliana Rancic on an upcoming episode of 'Beyond Candid With Giuliana': ''I signed up at the time for happily ever after and it didn't work out that way, and it makes me really sad. I feel like I failed at something because I wanted it to be that relationship for the rest of my life.
''When I realised it wasn't, then you want the next best thing, and that's an amazing friendship.''
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