Kendall Jenner insists she is doing ''fine'' following her parents split but admits it ''sucks'' nolonger having her father Bruce in the family home.
Kendall Jenner admits it ''sucks'' not living with her father.
The 19-year-old model insists she and her family are doing ''fine'' since her parents Kris and Bruce Jenner announced they were separating in October after 22 years of marriage but she misses her dad being in their home.
She said: ''I think we're doing fine. It sucks not having a dad living with you but I talk to him every day.''
And though they are no longer living with Bruce, Kendall and her 16-year-old sister Kylie insists she still sees a lot of him.
Explaining he gives her daily weather reports from his Malibu beach house, Kylie added: ''We hang out all the time.''
The girls also admitted they aren't pleased with their father's new look and have urged him to cut off his ponytail.
Speaking on 'Chelsea Lately', Kendall said: ''We've been trying to get rid of it but he loves it. He's trying to be like my brothers [Brody and Brandon Jenner].''
Kendall and Kylie also admitted that Khloe Kardashian is their ''favourite'' of their older sisters - but they are ''scared'' of the former 'X Factor' host.
Kendall said: ''She was always there to watch us and babysit us when our parents weren't around. She was my second mom.''
Kylie added: ''She's always the one disciplining us and scolding us. I'm so scared of her.''
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