The blonde beauty — who was formerly married to Kardashian's now-fiancé, Travis Barker — previously accused the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum of driving a "wedge" between her and her kids.
Before their split in 2008, Moakler, 47, welcomed Landon, 18, and Alabama, 16, with Barker, who is also close to her other daughter, Atiana, 23, whom she shares with ex-fiancé Oscar De La Hoya.
Despite claiming in May 2021 that the Poosh founder, 42, was getting in the way of her relationship with her kids amid Kardashian's whirlwind romance with the Blink-182 drummer, the former Playboy Playmate admitted her previous comments weren't "the best statements to make."
While talking to Us Weekly, Moakler explained, "At one point in time, [Kardashian and Barker's relationship] did affect my relationship with my kids, but my kids and I are in an amazing place. We have a great relationship with one another."
"I've been a very active mother for the last two decades," she insisted to the outlet. "My kids and I are in a great headspace."
Moakler also even voiced her support of Barker and Kardashian having kids of their own together, as the lovebirds revealed in the new Hulu series, The Kardashians, that they are trying to have a baby.
"All I know is kind of what everyone knows. I think they were trying with IVF and there were some complications," the Celebrity Big Brother alum stated, per Cosmopolitan. "I think if that's a desire between the two of them then that's fantastic. I don't have any issues with that. Their personal relationship is really nothing I get involved in."
As Kardashian and Barker continue trying for a child together, both of their existing broods are reportedly on board with expanding the family, although it's unclear how Scott Disick, who is the father of Kardashian's three children: Mason, 12, Penelope, 9, and Reign, 7, feels about the situation.
"Both of their kids are just as excited about the possibility of having another sibling," a source previously stated.