In the spirit of Valentine's Day, Ellen DeGeneres welcomed Kim Kardashian's mother Kris Jenner and step-dad Bruce Jenner onto The Ellen DeGeneres Show to discuss their daughter's divorce from Kris Humphries. The parents said they would support her no matter what, but Bruce admitted he had his suspicions about Kim's marriage to Kris from the beginning.
"I trust my kids and we give them a lot of support," Kris explained to Ellen on her show. "As a mom, you want your kids to be really happy. What makes them happy makes us happy. It's our job to support them, so I don't question some of their decisions. Obviously we have internal conversations…What the hell are you doing?"
Bruce joked that maybe they should start questioning their kids' decisions.
"Kim, once she got into the relationship, it was going so fast," he explained. "Kim believes in love. She's now 31 years old. She's not married, doesn't have any kids. I mean, she wants that in her life and she was pushing for it."
And that's not the only opinion Bruce had!
"I think once she got into it, she realized 'this is not going to work,' " he added. "And she knew she was going to take the heat. If it ended in 72 days or three years from now, she would've taken the heat. She's a smart woman and said, 'hey, I have to cut my losses and move on.' It was horrible. I felt terrible."
So, the next time around Bruce has decided he's going to step in.
"The next guy's got to go through me," he said.
Ellen asked Bruce if, looking back now, he saw signs that Kim's marriage to Kirs would not work.
"I had my questions," he admitted. "I remember when Kris came to me. We were playing golf and he asked me: 'is it okay for me to ask for her hand in marriage?' In the back of my head, I said, 'I don't know if she is going to say yes.' But it's not my decision."
Watch the interview clip over at Ellen.com!