Kris Jenner briefly misstated her son Rob Kardashian's middle name on "The Kardashians."
Jenner said that Rob's middle name was George, before correcting herself that it's actually Arthur.
She said that she knew all of her children's names before they were born.
Kris Jenner briefly stumbled when rattling off the names of her six children, accidentally misstating her son Rob Kardashian's name.
In season two, episode two of "The Kardashians," released Thursday on Hulu, Jenner and her daughter Kylie discussed names for Kylie's second child after Kylie decided that he would no longer be named Wolf Webster. Jenner said that she knew all of her children's names before they were born, and proceeded to list them.
"And Robert is Robert George Kardashian," Jenner said confidently, before correcting herself. "No, sorry, sorry, Robert Arthur Kardashian. I didn't even know my child's name. This is so confusing, can anybody keep up with this?"
Robert Kardashian, also known as Rob, shares a name with his dad and Jenner's late husband, who is also the father of Kourtney, Kim, and Khloé Kardashian. Rob has yet to appear on Hulu's "The Kardashians," either in its first or second season, and as Refinery29 reported in 2019, appeared less frequently on the family's previous series "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" in its later seasons.
While Kardashian has yet to appear on the series, the show is poised to cover his ex-fiancée Blac Chyna's lawsuit against the Kardashian family. In the lawsuit, which sought $108 million in damages, Chyna alleged that the family defamed her, leading to the cancellation of her E! Network series "Rob & Chyna," Insider previously reported. A jury ruled in favor of the Kardashian-Jenners, rejecting Chyna's claims of defamation and contract-interference-damage, Insider reported in May.
"As a mom, I'm very protective of my kids, and on top of that, it's really draining, it's emotionally, physically, and spiritually exhausting to be going through this," Jenner said during a confessional in Thursday's episode of the show.
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