Kris Jenner is finally speaking out about the cheating scandal that rocked her whole family.

During an interview on Ryan Seacrest's radio show on Friday, the 63-year-old opened up about how she coped with Tristan Thompson cheating on Khloe Kardashian with Jordyn Woods. Jenner said she "prayed" after hearing the news, which she said she "wouldn't survive" without doing.

"First of all, I pray about it," she shared. "I really do. I find that, you know, just the spiritual side of me has to kick in because otherwise, you know, I feel like I wouldn't survive."

Jenner went on to say that she's grateful her kids have each other to lean on in difficult times, noting that "they try to make really good decisions." She added that she has a lot of "trust" in her kids to make good choices for themselves and the whole family.

"As challenging as some of these situations are, I think that because [my kids] have one another and they try to make really good decisions, that they're gonna come out the other side with a lot of clarity and  a lot of honesty and do what they feel like is the right thing. And I really trust my kids to make those good decisions," Jenner shared.

She also spoke on dealing with difficulty in the public eye, revealing how difficult it can be. She admitted that there's a comfort in sharing hardships with fans and being flooded with support in return.

"People watch the show and we remind them of things that their family might be going through, or things that they're experiencing, or don't want to talk about," she said. "And suddenly here it is, you know, right there for them to watch and see how we might handle it, or go through it, because it's real. I think that some of the stuff that we've been able to show ...has been really beneficial."

Keeping Up With the Kardashians will return to E! on Sunday. The 16th season of the show will tackle the scandal for fans to see.

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