Bruce and Kris Jenner went public with their separation last year, and, apparently, not too much has changed. The reality stars' two daughters, Kendall and Kylie, spoke with Chelsea Handler on Wednesday night's (Jan. 15) episode of "Chelsea Lately" about the split, and who really raised them.
The talk show host asked Kendall and Kylie how they've been handling their parents' breakup. Bruce Jenner now lives in Malibu, and sends the girls daily weather reports to prove how lovely his new neighborhood is. "I think we're doing fine," Kendall told Handler. "It sucks not having a dad live with you but I talk to him every day."
"We hang out all the time," Kylie added.
The separation has certainly made the girls' parents happier. Kris Jenner spoke of the change on "The Today Show," saying, "[Bruce and I are] best friends. I mean, we talk all the time. Right now we're happier the way that we are right now." The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" matriarch described her family as having "a lot of love, a lot of support."
Older half–sister Khloe Kardashian explained in an interview with the Australian "The Kyle and Jackie O Show" that the separation didn't come as a surprise, as the Jenner parents had been living apart for a while. Kardashian sees the split as very beneficial to everyone. "They're nicer to each other [now]. My mom could get frustrated with him very quickly. Or he would always want to play golf and be gone," she explained of her mother and step–father. Things are different now: "He actually wants to come over more and be around us more. I would say it's a really positive thing. My mom and him, there's no animosity."
Unfortunately, Khloe doesn't feel like the transition was as easy on Kendall and Kylie. "They have a harder time kind of understanding it," she confessed. "They were like, 'Well, why don't you guys just get a divorce then?!'"
Khloe has a very special relationship with her younger sisters, so she is particularly insightful about their emotions.
Kendall told Chelsea that Khloe was always there for the girls when they were little. "She was always there to watch us and babysit us when our parents weren't around," Kendall recalled. "She was my second mom."
It seems as if the entire family is handling the change relatively well. As for Bruce Jenner's post–separation pony tail? Kendall admits, "We've been trying to get rid of it but he loves it." Hopefully, Bruce will come around to their advice soon.