Kris Jenner, the matriarch and manager of the Kardashian household, recently admitted that she felt guilty about her role as a mother in the lives of her children.
Jenner, 57, recently spoke to Us Weekly magazine about having a hard time making each of her six children a priority as their mother.
"I feel guilty all the time because I can't be everywhere at once," Jenner told Us Weekly magazine. "I feel like I want to be there for everybody, whoever needs me, I just worry about them all."
The Kardashian matriarch gave an example of how she and her children have trouble making a distinction between their personal and business relationships.
"One moment I'm talking to Khloe as her mom," Jenner told Us Weekly. "Suddenly, she'll turn around and [say] … 'I'm your client and you didn't do this.' I get scolded or, you know, they're not happy about something and I have to fix it."
Despite reports by In Touch that claim Jenner is exploiting her youngest daughters Kendall and Kylie Jenner for money, the Kardashian matriarch said she is simply trying to guide her children.
"My girls are not pansies, but I think everyone needs direction," Jenner told Us Weekly.
Kendall, 17, and Kylie,15, opened up about their feelings concerning their lack of privacy.
"We appreciate everything that we have, but we don't remember what it's like to be normal kids who aren't harassed by the paparazzi. I hate that," Kendall revealed to Glamour magazine last February. "We're underage girls. I don't want to be followed by random men I don't know. It can also be hard to deal with other kids who are jealous or mean. I can't post a picture on Instagram without being criticized."
Kylie seemed to agree with her sister's sentiments.
"No one really knows what we are like. People read about us on Twitter, but they don't know what we do all day long," Kylie explained. "We don't really have privacy, but we have an aspect that people don't know about."