Bruce and Kris Jenner still see each other every day despite splitting after 22 years of marriage last month.
Bruce and Kris Jenner see each other every day.
The reality TV couple called time on their 22-year marriage last month after they grew apart, but Olympic medalist Bruce insists their break-up couldn't be more amicable.
Speaking to People magazine, he said: ''She supports me. I see her every day. We're doing absolutely great.''
The former couple are keen to stick together and help their biological children Kendall, 18, and Kylie, 16, deal with the pressures of fame, after they hit the headlines accused of underage partying.
Bruce explained: ''Sometimes it's very difficult. Sometimes the press will take some really, really tough shots at the family when they're not deserved and totally false, especially with my kids.
''I don't care what they say about me, but when they start ragging on my kids for things that they're not doing and totally misrepresenting them, that really, really bothers me to say the least.''
Sisters Kendall and Kylie sparked rumours they were using fake identification cards to get into over 21 nightclubs after they were spotted leaving the Vignette lounge in West Hollywood, but they brushed off the claims.
Kendall said previously: ''We're growing up and no-one seems to want to accept it, but whatever.''
Kylie added: ''You just have to come back and realise all of the great things that have come out of it. All of the good you can do with having the spotlight on you and just having your family around you.''
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