Kris Jenner says she and Caitlyn Jenner have reconciled since the latter's Vanity Fair interview was published in June.

The 59-year-old reality star clarified as much to E! News after her emotional reaction to the magazine's July issue was shown on Sunday's episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."

"Obviously I was angry!" she told the website. "But we are all good now and have moved past it."

Kris felt she was portrayed unfairly in the interview, which explored Caitlyn's identity as a transgender woman and addressed the couple's failed marriage. The 65-year-old Olympic medalist told the publication "20 percent [of the split was because of] gender and 80 percent was the way I was treated."

"We had this great life, and not one nice word," Kris complained on the episode. "It just sums up that I'm this piece of [expletive] person who is mean. He can go [expletive] himself. I honestly wish I never met this man. I mean, [expletive] you, Bruce."

Kris and Caitlyn married in 1991, and share two daughters: 19-year-old Kendall and 18-year-old Kylie. The reality star filed for divorce in September 2014 after a lengthy separation, and Caitlyn came out as a transgender woman in April.