Speaking to presenter Giuliana Rancic on an upcoming episode of Beyond Candid With Giuliana, 58-year-old Kris said that it would be "amazing" to find happiness with someone else after her 23-year marriage.
"I want to definitely be in love," Kris told Giuliana. "I like being in love, I think there's no better feeling in the world. I mean that would be amazing [to find someone new]."
Kris also spoke about the sadness brought on by the breakdown of her marriage to former Olympic star Bruce, with whom she has daughters Kendall, 18, and Kylie, 17.
"I signed up at the time for happily ever after and it didn't work out that way," she said. "It makes me really sad.
"I feel like I failed at something because I wanted it to be that relationship for the rest of my life," she added. "When I realised it wasn't, then you want the next best thing, and that's an amazing friendship."
Following the news of their parents' split, Kendall and Kylie Jenner have been sharing their feelings on social media.
On 24 September, two days after Kris filed for divorce, Kendall posted a picture of her mother and father in happier times and captioned it with a simple heart emoticon.
Kylie meanwhile left a quote from American writer R.M Drake, which read: "I have discovered that our disconnect was never because of the insecurities we felt, but rather the emptiness we created when we failed to make sense of ourselves."
According to reports Kris and Bruce will have joint custody of Kylie, who is their only child under the age of 18.