Kendall Jenner And Khloe Kardashian Deny Kris And Bruce Jenner Divorce, Call Rumors “Stupid”
By Staff Writer | June 12, 2013 01:44 PM EDT
Step-sisters Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian have both spoken out about the rumors surrounding their parents' marriage. US Weekly reports that Kendall denies a divorce is in the works between Kris and Bruce Jenner, even though they sometimes live separately.
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"It's just stupid; that's not true," Kendall said, adding that she doesn't react to the false headlines.
"I don't feel anything about it," the 17-year-old explained. "It doesn't hurt me. It's not something that gets to me. I know the truth. I live with my parents, and I know what's going on."
Last week, Khloe, the 28-year-old former X Factor judge and reality star on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," told Jay Leno that her parents are doing fine.
"They're not having problems, but they still like to live apart, which is definitely different," Khloe said.
"In my house there is a man room for Lamar. A room, not a different house. So I think they took my idea and ran with it. They got another house and Bruce stays there sometimes," Khloe continued.
"I'm not for that, but you know, to each their own," she said. "I don't compare relationships. I just think a little too much time apart maybe isn't the best thing."
Khloe added, "They're like, 'Don't judge us. We've been married  years. "I'm like, 'I know people that have been married longer that still live together.'"
Despite the rumors that plague her parents' marriage, Kendall told The New York Times, "I enjoy the life I have."
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