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Khloe Kardashian Reveals The Truth About The ‘Animosity’ & Frustration Behind Kris & Bruce Jenner Split

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Six weeks after Kris and Bruce Jenner announced their shocking separation, daughter Khloe Kardashian is finally opening up about the frustrations and irritations that led to their split – and how her younger sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner are having a hard time coping with the breakup.

Kardashian made the surprisingly honest comments during a radio call-in interview on The Kyle And Jackie O Show in Sydney, Australia, Thursday, where she had been doing promotional appearances for the Kardashian Kollection clothing line.

Bruce and Kris “are separated,” she confirmed, insisting that they’ve been “living apart for maybe like a year now.”

As such, she explained, “It wasn’t some huge shock for the older kids.”

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“Like I even said on the show, ‘Once you guys put that much space in between you guys, like, I don’t think you will ever move back together,’” Kardashian said. “Because you kind of get comfortable in that space. So I wasn’t for him moving out in the first place. I just kind of saw it going down this road.”

But Kendall and Kylie, she claims, were blindsided. “They have a harder time kind of understanding it,” Kardashian revealed. “They were like, ‘Well, why don’t you guys just get a divorce then?!’”

Bruce and Kris are “not looking to be with other people right now,” Kardashian insisted. “I just think they’re happier being apart.”

“They’re nicer to each other [now],” she continued, revealing for the first time just how tense things had gotten between the pair. “My mom could get frustrated with him very quickly. Or he would always wan a play golf and be gone …”

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Now, she says, “He actually wants to come over more and be around us more. So I would say it’s a really positive thing. My mom and him, there’s no animosity. … Different things work for different people.”

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