The Kar/Jenner sisters are no stranger when it comes to being in the spotlight for everything they do. Now it seems their mom, Kris Jenner is no exception. This time the momager is being praised by her fans for looking natural in a throwback clip.

In the scene, which resurfaced on Reddit, Kris stood in the kitchen with her arm leaning on the counter. The momager rocked a natural appearance with a small amount of makeup, and looked casual in a white sleeveless blouse. Fans were immediately blown away by her natural look and took to the comments to praise her.

“It’s wild to look back on them dressing like regular people. I even remember Kim being decked out in Victoria’s Secret Pink in a couple episodes!” wrote one user. A second user chimed in by saying, “The money coming in after a few seasons sends them on a trajectory of opulence and spending I’ve rarely seen from other celebs. “It’s astonishing how much their lives changed and they were already living very comfortably before the sex tape.”

A third chimed in by saying, “Omg what a throwback! I think that’s why I loved the Kardashians from 2007-2009. They were rich but still relatable and somewhat attainable?” “They were trendy, not ‘fashion icons’ or whatever. Now all Kris wears is black suits, Kim has been living in her Balenciaga onesies, etc,” suggested the fourth user.

Natural or not we think Kris Jenner looks gorgeous. However, fans love a natural look sometimes. Hopefully, we will get to see this natural side of her more often.

Read the reddit comments below.

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