The ultimate momager looks like the cat who ate the canary, and not without cause.
In the video below, Kris Jenner is talking about where Kylie Cosmetics is going in the future, how Kylie manages it all, and the ludicrous amount of money that her daughter's company has made in just 18 months.
And, at the same time, she's giving us some insight into how she found comfort despite Kylie's teen pregnancy.
If Kris Jenner were a cartoon character, her eyes would have become dollar signs several times during this interview.
"Maternal pride" doesn't even begin to describe what the momager is clearly feeling in this video.
See, Kylie Jenner just entered the makeup business, what ... two years ago?
Overnight, she became a makeup mogul.
Whenever she puts out products, they sell out. Pretty much immediately.
According to projections, the teen tycoon's business, Kylie Cosmetics, will be worth a billion dollars within five years.
But ... how much has the company already made?
Kris Jenner has revealed that her youngest daughter's company has made $420 million.
All in just her first 18 months of operating.
The vast majority of people on Earth won't make 1% of that during their entire lifetimes.
In fact, it's more standard for someone to make, what, one five-thousandth of that in that amount of time.
Kris looks pleased as punch about the whole thing, because of course she does.
One, she's proud of her daughter -- her youngest, in fact -- for maximizing her social media influence and then so effectively transforming that into financial success.
Two, she's manager to all of her children, right? So ... we'd imagine that she gets a cut. She doesn't say that, but ... we wouldn't be surprised.
Kris Jenner teases the idea that Kylie might one day look for a business partnership with a major brand.
But right now, it's all Kylie's money propping it up. No investors means that Kylie's in control.
(With some advice from momager dearest, of course)
Kris also talks about where she imagines that Kylie Cosmetics might go in the future.
"The goal in the future is to just build the whole infrastructure, and figure out what a retail model might look like that could take it globally."
So it's all about world domination, basically.
She mentions that getting into the Middle Eastern market would be a goal. Potentially.
But Kris emphasizes that Kylie has a wealth of options.
"She’s just scratched the surface and there is so much more to do with the brand."
We'd say so.
So, what insight does all of this lend us to how Kris Jenner made peace with Kylie getting knocked up by a rebound guy at 19?
Simple. We imagine that Kris just looked at the big picture.
As long as Kylie is raking in the big bucks -- the biggest possible bucks -- with the power of her brand and with her makeup empire, does Kris really care what she does?
You know how there are some parents who don't assign a curfew so long as their teenager isn't getting into trouble and is still a straight A student?
Well, the momager equivalent of that is not caring about your daughter's "questionable" life decisions if her business empire is dominating the market.
That's our guess, of course -- Kris' private thoughts are, well, private.
In this whole video, though, Kris is bursting with pride.