"[Bruce has] been in my life since I was 2 years old and that will never change, and same obviously with my mom . . . same with my sisters, there's no bad blood," he told Entertainment Tonight. "Even between my mom and Bruce, there's no negative, bad blood . . . I don't think they can be in a happier place right now."
Kris, 57, and Bruce, 63, who have been married since 1991, kept their separation under wraps for a year. In a new interview with People, Bruce confirmed that there are no plans to divorce at this time. "Kris is happy, I'm happy. Nobody is filing for divorce," he told the magazine. "Kris has her own place, and I have my own place. There's no animosity. Everything is good."
However, Bruce shot down the idea of him returning to the dating scene. "No! We're not going there," he said. "I have my family, I have my kids. All my time is filled."