A family source also toldPeople, "There's actually no real drama. Bruce moved to Malibu in June and they liked that arrangement better. They just acknowledged they are separated."
Rumors Kris and Bruce have been on the outs have circulated for the last several years, but Kris had always publicly denied they were divorcing. Late last year, she had insisted she and Bruce were at the point were they "just laughed" the claims.
"These kind of stories have been circulating for the last couple of years," she told E! News at the time. "We're absolutely not filing for divorce. Everything is great. We feel very blessed as a family. If we had to chase down and comment on every rumor, we'd be working overtime."
Then, in April of this year, she again shot down a similar report in which Bruce was allegedly planning to secretly file divorce papers.
"I love him," Kris previously wrote on her official website. "We are so lucky that we get to have so much fun together and with our kids. I also love that Bruce and I get to create so many amazing memories not just for ourselves, but also for our kids and grandkids. We are truly blessed."
Kris, 57, and Bruce, 63, wed in April 1991, which was only a month after Kris got divorced from the late Robert Kardashian. They have two daughters together -- Kendall Jenner, 17, and Kylie Jenner, 16.