Like any Mother would wish for their family, Kris Jenner, 60, promises that anything you say about her and her family is certain that they have heard it before, that's why she teaches her kids to take the high road and not to take things seriously.

The reality star sat down with London's Evening Standard magazine in an interview about the success of her family, their business and what kept their family strong throughout the years.

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Stephanie Rafanelli of Evening Standard describes Kris Jenner. Rafanelli says the famous "Momager" is like interviewing a Hollywood publicist. She expertly spins every answer to reaffirm the Kardashian brand as a close-knit family of hard-working businesswomen.

As Kris would say, "business comes last, and that's a mantra they all live by: It's about family. I teach my kids: 'God first, family second, and everything else comes behind that."

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According to the interview, the show is merely their "own home movies." Her shiny, happy mantra banishes the possibility of fallout from her family's constant exposure. Khloé's husband, basketball player Lamar Odom - and co-star of their own E! spin-off show Khloé & Lamar - whom she was in the process of divorcing, recently collapsed at a Nevada brothel. He was in a coma for several days; they have subsequently decided to call off their divorce.

Kris would say that she is off limits to other situations of her daughters' life. And that something she believes to be true for her family as a whole-each one of them has a story to tell.

She adds, "Nobody has the kids' best interests at heart like I do. I don't want anything ever compromised, either one of my kids, or the brand."

According to E!, someone she still considers one of her children is Lamar Odom. After being found unconscious in a Nevada brothel, Khloe Kardashian and the rest of the Kardashian clan - who could have easily walked away from the complicated situation - really stepped up to help take care of him, proving that once you're part of their family, you're always part of their family.

Of all the power struggles in the Kardashian/Jenner household, she still hopes the best of her family and the years to come.

And when asked if she could picture herself 20 years from now as the "Nan'ager" to North and her brother to keep the next generation show in the road. Kris happily responded, "as long as everybody is having a really good time."