Kendall and Kylie Jenner on Parents’ Split: “It Sucks Not Having a Dad Living With You”

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Rob Kardashian on Kris and Bruce Jenner's separation.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner — are speaking out for the first time about their family’s new dynamics since their parents — Bruce and Kris Jenner — announced their separation.

During their interview on Wednesday’s episode of Chelsea Lately, the two reality starlets opened up about the their new life, telling host Chelsea Handler that they’ve been handling their situation one day at a time.

“It sucks not having a dad living with you but I talk to him everyday,” Kendall said.

“We hang out all the time,” Kylie added, adding that her father loves to give daily weather reports from his Malibu home.

Though the girls are admittedly “doing fine” since their parents split last year, there is one thing both of them don’t like about his dad’s new single life: his ponytail.

“We’ve been trying to get rid of it but he loves it,” Kendall said. “He’s trying to be like my brothers [Brody Jenner and Brandon Jenner].”

Bruce and Kris confirmed their split last October after 22 years of marriage, releasing a statement reading, “We are living separately and we are much happier this way. But we will always have much love and respect for each other. Even though we are separated, we will always remain best friends and, as always, our family will remain our number one priority.”

According to Kris’ daughter Khloe Kardashian, the breakup was a good thing for both parties as Bruce and Kris had been “living apart for maybe like a year now.”

It wasn’t some huge shock for the older kids,” she said in November. “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 … 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.”

“I just think they’re happier being apart,” she added. “He actually wants to come over more and be around us more. So I would say it’s a really positive thing.”