Kris Jenner missed Cuba over ‘no internet’

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Kris Jenner missed a family holiday to Cuba because there was “no internet” and admitted she was “anxious” about her daughters going to the communist country.

The showbiz matriarch told her daughters Kim and Khloe Kardashian that she couldn’t go with them and their sister Kourtney Kardashian because she had too much work to do and needed to be able to communicate with the outside world.

Speaking on a preview for Sunday’s episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” Kim said: “We decided we all want to go.”

“I will tell you guys that there is no internet,” Kris warned.

But social media queen Kim said: “We’re with our whole family, who needs to call anyone?”

“Me!” Kris said. “I’m not going to Cuba if there’s no communication. I have work to do.”

But Khloe hit back: “‘You don’t communicate either way. Can’t reach you.”

Away from her daughters, Kris admitted she was feeling “anxious” about her family going to the communist country because she wouldn’t be able to contact them.

“The girls wanting to go to Cuba is very stressful for me. I feel very anxious about not being able to communicate with them while they’re gone,” Kris said.

But Kris later joked she was going to relish having some “peace and quiet” with her daughters gone.

“All right guys, I’ll enjoy my time and you guys let me know when you get back because you certainly can’t send me an email when you land,” Kris said.

Back in May, the Kardashian clan was spotted in Cuba in a pink convertible car.

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