Kris Jenner collectively blew our minds when she said on Instagram that she gets six to seven hours of sleep every night. In a Boss Talk with daughter Khloé Kardashian’s brand Good American, Kris said of how many hours of sleep she gets, “About six hours; six to seven. I used to go on four to five, but the older I get, the more sleep I need,” she said. Honestly, we assumed the iconic momager and matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner family never slept because she had an empire to run. Who knew?!
In the IGTV post, Kris also discussed a little bit about her daily schedule, including that she gets up at 5 a.m. every day to start the day. “I get up every day at 5, and I usually work out and I’m usually on the treadmill, or I do Pilates,” she said. “And then I get into the office around 9:00.” You read that right, she gets up at 5 a.m. every day and starts her morning with a workout.
Kris spends her entire day working on her various projects. She handles her own business matters as well as pitches in with her daughters’ projects. In the afternoons, she usually films episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. From there, she continues to work into the evening, despite saying she gets six to seven hours of sleep. “I don’t stop,” Kris said. “I think if I go to sleep, I’m working in my sleep, so I’m always thinking about something.”
Kris, who is mom to Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Rob Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and Kylie Jenner, is very active in all her children’s lives, which is how she got her momager title. She’s always doing what she can to help her kids succeed and is active in promoting their work, whether it’s Khloé’s fashion brand, Kylie’s beauty collection, or Kendall’s modeling shots. One scroll through this mom’s Instagram shows you just how proud she is of her kids and how much she loves to show them off.
As busy as Kris is, she still makes time to take care of herself by eating healthy and getting as full of a night’s sleep as she can. She also said on the Good American IGTV, “Get a lot of sleep and really take care of yourself. I think the more that I work out and stay strong and stretch and do all the things that they’ve been telling me to do for decades, the stronger I feel so the better I work.”