While the world waits with bated breath for its first glance at Kim and Kanye's newborn, Jenner (who brokered a lucrative photo deal when Kourtney's daughter was born) suggested that it might be a while before little North's face is seen on newsstands.
"We haven't even discussed a baby picture to be honest," said the 57-year-old matriarch. "That just hasn't been where our heads are at right now. And that's the truth."
Jenner may be the hardest working grandmother on the planet, and on Monday her media empire (which includes the family reality shows Keeping up with the Kardashians, Khloe & Lamar, Kourtney and Kim Take New York and Kourtney and Kim Take Miami) is extending its reach to include her daytime talk show, Kris.
"I'm new at this," Jenner said of the new venture. "I'm just going to be Kris and do my thing and give 150 percent of my energy to something I've wanted to do for a really long time."
As a part of one of the most famous families on the planet, Jenner won't have to look far for interesting guests.
"Definitely we'll have some family members flowing through from time to time and making a little visit," Jenner promised, leaving open the possibility of North West appearing on her couch. "You never know who might show up on that set."
Kris premieres July 15 on FOX stations in New York, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Phoenix and Dallas.