Kris Jenner is feeling a lot of love for her long lost friend — but even though it’s been over two decades, things haven’t gotten any easier.
The KUWTK matriarch was close with Nicole Brown Simpson for years leading up to
In a brand new teaser clip for Sunday’s upcoming new episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kris is shown heading to Toscana with longtime bestie Faye Resnick. Just another lunch, you’d think, but as it turns out, the restaurant is the place they used to frequent years ago along with Brown Simpson. And as the pair of pals find out in the teaser, they’re there for the establishment’s 30th anniversary celebration — which includes the old menu from the eatery’s early days.
From the start, both the momager and Faye are freaked out by it all, to say the least. Resnick reflected about it almost immediately after walking in (below):
“It is very difficult being here, I have to tell you. We had so many occasions here. The last time I was here was with you and Nicole.”
Amazingly, the memories are so vivid, Kris could even recount exactly what Nicole ordered from that original menu the last time the trio had lunch in that restaurant, too: white fish with spinach, roasted potatoes, and a margarita.
Jenner was quickly moved to goosebumps — and then tears — with all the memories flooding back. The 63-year-old business mogul added (below):
“That just gave me chills. Wait, so this would’ve been the same menu we had. I feel like it was just meant to be that this is where we are to celebrate her life. I think I’ve realized that I’ve latched on to the legal side of stuff, rather than deal with the emotional side of myself that just misses my girlfriend.”
Awww… so sad.
You can see the entire exchange — and all the unexpected emotion to come out of it — in the teaser clip (below):
Wow. Clearly, Kris and Faye were very close to Nicole. So sad to think of them missing their friend in such a way for so long. We can imagine how difficult this must be to deal with, for years no less…
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