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Kris Jenner cries about proposal

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Kris Jenner cries every time she watches Kanye West's proposal.

The 'Blood On The Leaves' rapper popped the question to Kris' daughter Kim Kardashian at AT&T Park in San Francisco on her 33rd birthday in October, which aired on their show 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' last weekend, and Kris admits watching the episode always makes her very emotional.

The 58-year-old Kardashian family matriarch told E! News: "I get goose-bumps every single time I see it, every time. I was there and I still cry when I watch the episode. What a great guy, I mean, he kind of ruined it for everybody else. He's a good guy."

Kris was one of a handful of people that knew that the 36-year-old star was planning to pop the question to Kim, with whom he has eight-month-old daughter North West, and she was very nervous for him.

She said: "Inside I was dying because I knew what was about to happen, and when the car drove in and we could hear the tires on the gravel. Now every time I watch that car drive in, I literally come unglued."

But despite helping Kanye gather all of Kim's close friends and family for their secret engagement party, she claims she isn't helping them to plan their wedding in Paris in May.

She said: "I wish they would keep me in the loop. They know that I have a big mouth so I've stopped getting any information whatsoever. They won't tell me. I walk in a room and everyone stops talking. I might be later. Right now, I got nothing."

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