Kris Jenner may have met up with an old flame behind her husband's back on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," but she says that husband Bruce has nothing to worry about.
The reality TV mom stopped by "The Talk" Tuesday and talked about her recent encounter with Todd Waterman -- the man she admitted to cheating on first husband Robert Kardashian with in her memoir. Bruce seemed none too pleased about the encounter in the July 22 episode ("What an idiot you are!" he seethed at his wife. "I don't know how I can trust you!"), but Kris claims that Waterman is a complete non-threat to her husband.
"[Bruce] has got an extremely crazy amount of patience but he's also so secure in himself -- he's completely secure in his relationship with me." Jenner told the ladies of "The Talk."
"What I think is so interesting is, when I broke up with Todd, the boyfriend, Bruce came into my life, like, three weeks later, so Bruce was in the tail-end of the whole realtionship and knows all about it," Jenner explained. "So when he shows up again, Bruce is like, 'Oh, God, not him again. He was laughing, like 'please.'"
Kris and Bruce married in April 1991, just a month after the divorce docs were finalized in her split from Robert Kardashian.
Though Kris said her divorce from Kardashian after 13 years of marriage was "the biggest regret in [her] life at the time," it put her in a prime position to offer daughter Kim advice when her marriage to Kris Humphries ended after 72 days.
"I said to her, you're the one living your own life, you have to be truthful to yourself -- you have to live your truth, so do what you need to do, whatever the reason is -- everyone will one day understand. Be true to yourself and just be happy," Kris said, to the audience's applause. "People go 'Oh, the wedding was fake.' What was fake would have been for her to stay where she was and not be true to herself. It was harder for her to break up than it would have been to stay."
Watch the clip above for more on the Jenners' marriage, then click through the slideshow below for marriages -- like Kim's -- that fell apart in the reality TV spotlight.
Jon and Kate Gosselin charmed audiences on TLC's "Jon and Kate Plus 8," which chronicled their lives as parents of sextuplets and twins. Familial bliss ended in June 2009, when Kate filed for divorce amid speculation that Jon had cheated on her. A bitter custody battle ensued, culminating in Jon's accusation that Kate neglected their children to film "Dancing With The Stars" (which she denied). The former spouses seem to have buried the hatchet, as Kate told People magazine in June 2011 that her relationship with Jon has "naturally gotten more peaceful."
Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey wed in October 2002, shortly before they began filming their MTV series, "Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica," which ran for three seasons. The show's popularity rocketed the former teeny-boppers to A-list status, though their marriage could not withstand the constant publicity. They split in November 2005 after three years of marriage--seven months after their show wrapped in March 2005. Simpson and Lachey went on to find love with other people; Lachey to Vanessa Minnillo and Simpson to NFL player Eric Johnson.
Hulk and Linda Hogan bared their eccentricities --and their lives--on VH1's "Hogan Knows Best." The show was cancelled in October 2007, one month before Linda filed for divorce from her husband of 24 years amid cheating allegations. After two years of feuding, their split was finalized in July 2009.
MTV's "Till Death Do Us Part" followed the lives of Carmen Electra and Dave Navarro up until their wedding in November 2003. After seven episodes and less than three years, the couple separated in July 2006 and formally split in February 2007. Their marriage's demise marked Electra's second divorce and Navarro's third.
Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler married in October 2004, six months before their MTV show "Meet The Barkers" aired. The show--which lasted two seasons--followed the everyday life of the newlyweds and their three children (one from Moakler's previous relationship with Oscar de la Hoya). Barker filed for divorce in August 2006, accusing Moakler of partying to hard, neglecting their kids, and cheating on him--which she denied. The pair had an on-again, off-again romance until they reconciled following Barker's September 2008 plane crash. They reportedly split again in April 2009. Today, their relationship status remains ambiguous.
VH1's "My Fair Brady" followed the lives of Christopher Knight (who played Peter Brady on "The Brady Bunch") and "America's Next Top Model" winner Adrianne Curry throughout their courtship and marriage. The series debuted in September 2005 and lasted three seasons until the March 2008 finale, in which Knight and Curry embarked on a second honeymoon and decided to have children. The plan never came to fruition, as the pair split in May 2011 on the fifth anniversary of their wedding.
Unlike other reality shows, UPN's "Britney & Kevin: Chaotic"--which chronicled Britney Spears and Kevin Federline's initial meeting, courtship, and wedding--was comprised primarily of home video footage and interviews with the former couple. The hour-long finale covered their secret nuptials in September 2004. Two years later, Spears filed for divorce, citing "irreconcilable differences."
Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' eight-month courtship, which was chronicled on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," lasted longer than their 72-day marriage. The reality star filed for divorce from the basketball player in October 2011, just 72 days after their Aug. 20 wedding, which was broadcast in a 2-day, 4-hour special on E!. The couple's marital troubles played out all season on "Kourtney and Kim Take New York," which was filmed prior to the split.