More divorce for the Kardashians
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One never knows what to believe when it concerns the Kardashians, but the latest bout of drama that has enveloped this family could very well be the real deal.
According to the Daily Mail, it appears that Kris Jenner, the shameless matriarch of the Kardashian clan, and her husband, former Olympian Bruce Jenner, are headed for Splitsville. Kris (56) set the wrecking ball in motion when she hooked up with her former lover Todd Waterman, the man who broke up her marriage to high-powered lawyer Robert Kardashian Snr. Despite her daughters making clear their disgust at her behaviour, Kris continued her flirtation with Waterman behind her husband’s back.
Bruce is, however, hitting back. In an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the 62-year-old has taken to playing golf with the sultry actress/model Angie Everhart and is clearly enjoying the discomfort it is causing Kris.
Returning from a round of golf, Bruce enthused to Kris that Angie is a “great golfer”, adding that “she got me on the last hole”.
Clearly rattled, Kris makes as if she doesn’t understand the innuendo, but blasts her husband for forgetting her dry-cleaning.
“You f****** forgot my dry cleaning, thanks for thinking of me today,” she screams as Bruce bolts out of the door.
Later she enlists her daughter Kim in a spying mission on Bruce and Everhart.
“He never looks that happy with me,” says Kris as Bruce and his playing partner enjoy a round of golf.
Later, As Everhart puts her arm around Bruce, Kris exclaims: “Mother*****, that's not playing golf!”
Later, at a charity fundraiser, Kris tells her friends that she’ll resume her relationship with Waterman is Bruce keeps this up.
“You don't know whether to hang on anymore, maybe there is another chapter for me,” she announced.
When her astonished friends ask if the new chapter means life without Bruce, Kris’ answer is a resounding yes.
Things get even more serious later on when Kris meets up with Waterman, who tells her that he’s been waiting for her for 23 years.