The Keeping up with the Kardashians also reveals why she wasn't nervous for her daughter to give birth

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Kris Jenner is one happy grandma.

The Keeping up with the Kardashians star gushed about her new grandson, Saint West, during a red carpet appearance Wednesday.

Though she admitted to not knowing exactly how Saint’s proud parents Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West decided on his name, she said it fits his adorableness.

“He’s definitely a saint. It’s perfect,” she told PEOPLE with a laugh at The Hollywood Reporter‘s Women in Entertainment Breakfast sponsored by Fiji Water.

Jenner, 60, is mom to six children of her own, so she knows a thing or two about giving birth. She says that experience helps her not to be nervous when one of her daughters is going into labor. She is also grandma to Kim’s daughter North, 2, and Kourtney Kardashian‘s children Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and Reign, who turns 1 Dec. 14.

“It was easy for me. So if I had this really crazy experience, I might feel differently. But they’re such healthy, strong girls, and so far, so good,” she said.

At the event, Jenner told ET that it was too early to know what kind of personality little Saint will have.

“He’s amazing. We’ve only known him a few days so we’ll see if he’s calm, or you know, anxious,” Jenner told the outlet. “You know, we’ll see what kind of kid he is!”

For more on Kim Kardashian West’s new baby boy and delivery room drama, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

The Kardashian-West family welcomed their son Saturday, revealing his unique name Monday on Kim’s app/website.

The happy family of four is currently staying at Jenner’s house while their $20 million Hidden Hills estates remains under renovation