(CNN) — Kris and Bruce Jenner may be "happier" living separately, but that doesn't mean they're getting a divorce.
Bruce has been quick to clear up presumptions that he and his estranged wife of 22 years, Kris, are headed for a nasty court battle.
The Olympian told People magazine that it's quite the opposite.
"I'm doing great," Jenner said. "Kris is happy, I'm happy. Nobody is filing for divorce."
On Tuesday, the 63-year-old and his reality star wife confirmed that they are separated and loving it.
"We will always have much love and respect for each other," the pair said in a statement. "Even though we are separated, we will always remain best friends and, as always, our family will remain our No. 1 priority."
Jenner added to People that he'll even continue to appear on the family's bread-and-butter, their E! reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."
"Kris has her own place and I have my own place," Jenner said. "There's no animosity. Everything is good."
But as the large blended family adjusts to the public's awareness of the separation, another troubled Kardashian couple has reunited.
Kris' daughter Khloe, 29, was publicly spotted with husband Lamar Odom on Tuesday as rumors persist that the two are headed for a divorce. Odom has been at the center of stormy speculation about his health, and is also facing DUI charges.
While Khloe has been closely watched in recent months, with photographers trying to spot whether or not she's still wearing her wedding ring, her noticeable reunion with Odom seemed to signal that all isn't lost for the couple, who have also starred in their own E! reality show.
"Not all scars can be seen and not all love can be explained. The deepest love is also the hardest to express," Khloe tweeted Tuesday. "Only those in it, understand ... If I love u. Its a deep 4ever love. Ride til the end. Family/friend.Its simply called love. I take it seriously. Dont judge unless u r in it."