The former couple, who have two daughters, Kendall, 17, and Kyle, 16, together recently confirmed that they have separated after 22 years of marriage but the Kardashian matriarch insists it was an amicable split while admitting things have changed.
Kris told PEOPLE magazine: ''There was definitely a shift in the way we treated each other. We will always be the best of friends, because that's the dynamic of our relationship. We definitely get along as a family and with the kids; we're so connected in that way. We love each other.''
Kris and the children she has with ex-husband Robert Kardashian - which includes daughters 34-year-old Kourtney, 32-year-old Kim, 29-year-old Khloe, and 26-year-old son Rob - were catapulted into the spotlight on their hit reality show 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' which portrays the busy celebrity lifestyle they all lead.
Although the star does not think her and Bruce's split was because of their hectic schedules she can't work out what it was down to.
The 57-year-old reality TV star and business women said: ''I don't think it was the pace of life. We've always gone 150 miles per hour, and Bruce has more energy than anybody.
''I just think it has evolved. I really can't put my finger on it. We're just happier now.''
The brunette beauty insists that they are still ''big happy family'' and there is no bad feelings between anyone.
She added: ''I love really hard, and the people that I have in my life that I love will always be in my life forever. It's ultimately like one big happy family.''
Quizzed on the prospect of divorce she agreed with what the former Olympic champion previously said, adding: ''No. No, no, no.''
Bruce also has another four kids, two from his first marriage to Chrystie Crownover, Casey and Burt, and sons Brody, 30, and Brandon, 32, from his second marriage to Linda Thompson.