Rob Kardashian insists there is ''no negative bad blood'' between his mother and stepfather.
Kris and Bruce Jenner confirmed on Tuesday (08.10.13) that they have split after 22 years of marriage, and Rob, whose father is the late Robert Kardashian, says his entire family will always be close.
The 26-year-old sock designer told 'Entertainment Tonight' on Wednesday (09.10.13): ''[Bruce has] been in my life since I was two years old and that will never change and same obviously with my mom . . . same with my sisters, there's no bad blood. Even between my mom and Bruce, there's no negative, bad blood . . . I don't think they can be in a happier place right now.''
Rumours that Kris, 57, and Bruce, 63, were preparing to split first began swirling last year and the former couple added fuel to the fire when the Olympic gold medalist moved out of the family home in Calabasas, California, and into his own beach house in Malibu earlier this year.
Kris said that she and Bruce are happier than ever since they decided to live apart.
She added: ''There is no animosity. We are united and committed to our family.''
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' stars plan to continue raising their two daughters, Kendall, 17, and Kylie, 16, together.
They both also have four other children each from previous marriages, including Kim Kardashian.
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