Kendall Jenner thinks ''nothing has changed'' since her parents split.
The 19-year-old model and television personality - whose parents, Kris and Bruce Jenner, announced their separation last year - is taking a positive outlook on the couple's impending divorce but still think it ''sucks''.
Speaking about the split, she told ABC News: ''It sucked, but ...I try to think of it as it's not the worst thing that could have happened.
''I still am so close with both my dad and my mom. Nothing has really changed, except for the fact that now my dad lives on a beach, which is awesome. That's not that bad ... everybody's happy.''
Meanwhile, sources recently revealed that Bruce is ''not jealous'' that Kris has started dating Corey Gamble, 33.
A source previously explained: ''There's no point [in feeling jealous]. He's not competing with Corey for anything.
''As far as Bruce is concerned, Corey is living in Bruce's shadow. Everything that the young man is doing, Bruce has already done. And he's done everything with Kris, everything. Bruce really doesn't care about Kris and Corey per se. He can have Kris. Seriously, Bruce doesn't care.
''He's more concerned with his children and step-children loving him. As long as they still love him, call him on his birthday and show up for him and continue to call him 'Dad,' that's all that matters.''
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