Kris Jenner wants you to know that she is very happy in her marriage, thank you very much, and she's proving it by doing what the Kardashians do best – putting on a show for the cameras, and RadarOnline.com has the video!
As previously reported, Kris and Bruce Jenner's marital woes have been making the headlines recently, but the Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars aren't going to go public with their troubles anytime soon, instead they're going all out to prove to everyone that they're rock solid.
The couple put on their happy faces and hit up a Los Angeles Christmas tree lot Monday where they goofed around with each other, flaunting their relationship for the photographers.
"We are getting along pretty well, it's the holidays," the matriarch of the Kardashian family insists on camera, as she and Bruce shop for a tree just one week before Christmas.
Looking like they don't have a care in the world, Bruce, 63, even tried to pick up and carry Kris, 57, at one point, though he only managed to take her a few feet.
As RadarOnline.com reported, Kris is determined to maintain the façade of a happy union to make money and maintain the Kardashian brand.
"Kris and Bruce are all but over," a source previously told RadarOnline.com. "They have grown apart and their relationship is all about business these days rather than love or romance.
According to the source, the Jenners are not willing to publicly throw in the towel on their marriage just yet, and when they are, it's likely Kris will want to fully control how it happens.
"There's no way Kris is going to go through with a divorce right now, despite the problems they are having," the source says. "She's determined to keep up the façade of a happy marriage at all costs. Showbiz and her career come way before any chance of divorce."
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