Bruce and Kris Jenner officially announce $60 million divorce

By Lilly Devine

Comment Columnist

Bruce and Kris Jenner have been married 23 years.
Bruce and Kris Jenner have been married 23 years.

It’s been a long year for the Kardashian-Jenner family. Between the big Kimye wedding and Rob Kardashian going MIA for months, what’s a little divorce going to hurt? And by a little divorce, I mean around $250 million.

Kris and Bruce decided to split after 23 years of marriage, telling E! News that they are “much happier living apart.” As seen in the past few seasons of Keeping up the Kardashians, you see that Bruce has moved out of the family’s Calabasas home and into his own house in Malibu.

Bruce was seen with his wedding ring on his finger September 26th (four days after Kris filed for divorce) and doesn’t seem like hes planning on taking it off anytime soon. He looked very comfortable holding his chai latte in Malibu.

The two decided to legally split last October. Bruce and Kris have two children together, Kendall, 18 and Kylie, 17.

So what’s next for the Keeping up with the Kardashian family? There is no word on the startup of Season 10. Season 9 came to an end where a whopping 10 million people tuned in to watch the Kimye Italian Wedding Extravaganza. The KUWTK family makes a quick $10 million per season, so let’s roll in Season 10 now, shall we?

I mean, $10 million is pocket change for the gang, but let us peasants watch you on Sunday nights, and maybe throw in juicy divorce scenes to make it worthwhile.


Lilly Devine is a Comment Columnist. Follow her on Twitter @lillykdevine.

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