KRIS Jenner is failing her family in her vital role as a grandparent, a psychologist has claimed.
And she thinks the 64-year-old's fear of aging and of feeling "past it" will ultimately be her biggest downfall.
Momager Kris Jenner has shown how she has left out some of her grandkids on their special days in the past.
In January, she showed off luxury Christmas gifts she'd bought in a collage – but appeared to forget grandaughters Penelope, ten, and North, nine.
While in June, Kris admitted on a Martha Stewart Podcast that recalling all her grandkid's birthdays was tough.
"I'm lucky I know 11 grandchildren's names," she told the 80-year-old host at the time.
"But I do know my kids' names and their birthdays. Thank God, I'm not getting … who knows, in a couple of years, my memory is wild," Kris laughed.
In February 2022, Kris fell short again during a quiz on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, when she failed to asked to list all her grandkids' names.
Her growing gaggle of grandkids, however, mustn't forget her request not to call her Grandma, since she doesn't like the sound of it.
On April 9, Kim threw a lavish Easter family extravaganza at her $12million seven-bedroom La Quinta mansion, but psychologist Jo Hemmings thinks Kris looks to have gone overboard.