Kris Jenner's reportedly has no interest in getting married again despite being in a long-term relationship with Corey Gamble.
Kris Jenner ''will never get married again''.
According to a family friend, the 64-year-old matriarch - who has six children from her marriages to the late Robert Kardashian and Caitlyn Jenner - doesn't plan to tie the knot with longtime partner Corey Gamble.
The pal told The Sun: ''Kris is still with Corey but she's not engaged and they won't get engaged.
''She will never get married again. This works for her.''
The couple met at designer Riccardo Tisci's 40th birthday bash in Ibiza in 2014.
Two years ago, Kris fuelled speculation she was engaged to 39-year-old toyboy Corey.
The momager sparked rumours she and her boyfriend had taken their relationship to the next level after she was spotted numerous times sporting a huge diamond on her ring finger, but she refused to answer any questions on the subject.
Instead, during a game of 'Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts' while appearing as a guest on James Corden's 'Late Late Show', Kris opted to eat dead crickets rather than reveal whether or not she was engaged.
She said: ''No, I am not going to answer,.''
As she struggled to eat the insects, James laughed and said the ring answered the question on its own - but the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star then slipped up with her response.
She retorted: ''This is not the ring.''
The host replied: ''But there is a ring!''
Kris refused to say any more and also opted to down a sardine smoothie rather than choose which of her daughters she'd axe from their E! reality show - which it was recently revealed will end next year - if she had to choose one.
She said: ''I'm not gonna turn on one of my girls. Those are my babies.
''Trust me, they wouldn't have understood. I couldn't have gone home. I would just have to go to another city.''
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