Bruce Jenner celebrated his 64th birthday on Sunday (27.10.13) with family members including his estranged wife Kris Jenner. The couple formally separated earlier this month after 22 years of marriage.
The couple - who announced they have separated after 22 years of marriage earlier this month - put on a united front as the Jenner and Kardashian clans came together for a celebratory dinner for the former Olympian ahead of his birthday today (28.10.13).
Bruce's big day warranted not one, but two birthday cakes moulded after his favourite pastimes - with one cake in the shape of a golf ball and the other in the shape of a helicopter.
Kris, 57, posted a happy picture of herself, daughter Khloe Kardashian Odom and Bruce's son from a previous marriage, Brendon, on her Instagram account.
The trio appeared to be in the party spirit, sporting fake moustaches and brightly coloured party hats.
Kris captioned the snap writing: ''Just another family Sunday dinner!! (sic)''
Khloe, 29, led the tributes to her stepfather, revealing that she is ''blessed'' to have had two fathers - Bruce and her biological dad Robert Kardashian, who passed away in 2003.
She wrote on Twitter: ''Such a fun early Birthday dinner for my Brucey. I am so lucky!!! I was blessed with TWO phenomenal fathers!!! Family first. (sic)''
Khloe also posted pictures of Bruce's two cakes, adding: ''He deserves not one but TWO cakes. A few of his favorite things (sic)''
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