Kris Jenner might have moved to divorce hubby Bruce, but it looks like he will continue to be featured on the Keeping Up With The Kardashians show.
According to People, Kris and Bruce are currently filming the 10th season of the reality television series for E!.
Perhaps it shouldn’t be too surprising as episodes had previously aired which touched on Kris and Bruce Jenner’s struggles with married life.
The Kardashian-Jenner family has never been shy about sharing various aspects of their lives with television viewers. We’ll likely get an in-depth look at events leading up to the decision to file for divorce and any related emotional drama.
Kris Jenner certainly hasn’t run away from media speculation about her love life, taking the time to clear the air about her current relationship status.
— People magazine (@peoplemag) October 10, 2014
“[Bruce and I] have children together,” said Jenner during an exclusive interview with People magazine. “We have families and memories and holidays and traditions.”
Because of how much the two shared over 23 years of marriage, Kris admitted that she didn’t “want to give that up”.
“I don’t want him to take that away from me, and I don’t want to take that away from him.”
Kris Jenner had previously said that despite the divorce, what she wanted most to take away from her marriage was an “amazing friendship” with her former husband.
Said Jenner, “We work together to make sure that we’re both happy. We are well-rounded human beings that are going through a tough time…You just do the best that you can.”
Though the two were separated for a year ahead of the divorce, they did celebrate a recent wedding anniversary.
These good vibes will likely make the decision to keep filming KUWTK together far less awkward than audience members would expect.
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Unlike other recently divorced couples, it seems that Kris and Bruce won’t have to pretend to still like each other for the sake of ratings.
For instance former Food Network stars Pat and Gina Neely allegedly hated each other behind the scenes, a direct contrast to their chummy rapport onscreen.