Kris and Bruce have no plans to date, divorce, reconcile
After years of watching daughters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney snap up all the tabloid attention, Kris Jenner finally has her moment in the spotlight. And she's really milking it. In a chat with TMZ, the reality show maven says her separation from husband Bruce Jenner after 22 years of marriage is as friendly as can be.
According to Kris, they chat on the phone a dozen times a day and remain "best friends." The decision to separate came about because "we're just happier living apart," she says, despite an estimated $125 million fortune at stake and no apparent prenup.
Right now, the couple have no plans to divorce or reconcile, but that could change: "Who knows? We don't have a crystal ball."
And as for oddball reports linking Kris to Britney Spears' former fiancé, Jason Trawick, and "Bachelor" star Ben Flajnik, she says neither she nor Bruce has any plans to start dating.
"We haven't even discussed," she assures TMZ. "There hasn't been a thought or a twinkle."
Kris, who was snapped without her wedding ring on Wednesday, also dismisses one insider's assessment that she's "on a freight train" of fame, and "Bruce finally wanted off."
"He's a big boy," she scoffs. "He can more than take care of himself."
And how. A post-split Bruce was not happy to see the paparazzi while golfing with daughters Kendall, 17, and Kylie, 16, on Tuesday in Malibu.
The trio smiled and flipped off the shutterbugs, and the former Olympian told the so-called "bottom-feeder" to "get the [bleep] out of here."
Bruce, meanwhile, echoes the party line about their marriage.
"I'm doing great," he tells People. "Kris is happy, I'm happy. Nobody is filing for divorce."
And for now, he'll continue to live in Malibu and serve as a storyline on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
"Kris has her own place and I have my own place," explains Bruce. "There's no animosity. Everything is good."
As for venturing into the dating pool, "No!" he laughs. "We're not going there. I have my family, I have my kids. All my time is filled."