Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Kylie and Kendall: Marriage split sucks

Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner

Kylie and Kendall Jenner are doing "fine" following their parents' separation.

The sisters, the youngest of the Kardashian/ Jenner clan, have been dealing with the recent split of their parents Bruce and Kris.

But the stars of hit show Keeping Up with the Kardashians are staying positive and still get to see their dad.

"I think we're doing fine," Kendall told Chelsea Lately. "It sucks not having a dad living with you but I talk to him every day."

"We hang out all the time," Kylie added.

Bruce, a former Olympic athlete, and Kris confirmed their split in October after 22 years of marriage.

Since the separation 64-year-old Bruce has grown his hair out and has been spotted with a ponytail, much to the annoyance of his youngest daughters.

"We've been trying to get rid of it but he loves it. He's trying to be like my brothers [Brody Jenner and Brandon Jenner]," Kendall laughed.

Speaking about their childhood both Kendall, 18, and 16-year-old Kylie agreed that Kim Kardashian was their favourite sibling.

She was the one who disciplined them when Kris wasn't at home.

"She was always there to watch us and babysit us when our parents weren't around. She was my second mom," Kendall said.

"She's always the one disciplining us and scolding us. I'm so scared of her!" giggled Kylie.

Kendall has been in the public eye a growing amount recently, thanks to her romance with One Direction star Harry Styles.

They were spotted together over the festive period on a skiing holiday, where onlookers commented that they were initially shy around each other but proceeded to hold hands and be affectionate.

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