KRIS Jenner is planning to cash in on three of her daughters' love lives by turning them into storylines for their new reality show series.
The former Keeping Up With The Kardashians star told friends she wants her newly single kids to bring their dating life back onscreen when The Kardashians returns for series three.
Kris, 67, pitched an idea for the new series of the show, which looks more closely into her five daughters' love lives.
She wants to hone in on Kim, Kylie and Khloe's relationships.
A source told The Sun: "Kris is pitching the idea of showing fans a bit more of Kim, Kylie and Khloe’s personal lives on the show,."
“She loved the previous two seasons of the show, but thinks if they just focus on their businesses and events while filming, it could get a bit dry.
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“Kris knows that everyone is interested in finding out who the Kardashians are dating. One of the ideas she had was for her and Kourtney to set Kim and Khloe up on blind dates and matchmake Kylie with a new man.”
The insider says that “who knows” if the famous family will go for the idea adding: “I know Khloe, Kim and Kylie want to keep their relationships private, but Kris can be pretty persuasive!”
Kim, 42, has been single since splitting with Pete Davidson in September last year, while Khloe, 38, recently ended things with the father of her two children, Tristan Thompson.
Kylie, 25, broke up with rapper Travis Scott, who she also shares two kids with, three months ago.
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Kendall, 27, was recently pictured kissing Bad Bunny – and older sister Kourtney, 43, married Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker last year on the show.
“When the show first started, there was a lot of emotional engagement with their relationships – and now it just shows them as businesswomen,” says the source.
“Bringing it back to their love lives would bring viewers back. Plus it could be fun – and Kris loves fun. Kris would love nothing more than for all of her girls to find love. Why not make money while doing it?”
The Kardashian's representative declined to comment when approached by The Sun.
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