The Kardashian clan certainly has good reason to celebrate now that they’ve welcomed the latest addition to their family, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s baby girl, North “Nori” West. However, things aren’t all pleasant in the Kardashian family as it’s been revealed that Bruce Jenner has moved out the family mansion in Calabasas, Calif.
According to RadarOnline, Jenner moved out of the Calabasas mansion and into his beach home in Malibu, Calif. Shortly and Kardashian and West moved in with their baby into the family home.
A source claims that Jenner “decided to ditch the family home because he was constantly being told to be quiet because of baby Nori. Bruce was unable to have his friends over to fly their remote controlled helicopters in the backyard because of concerns of noise.”
An alleged source close to the family claims that the whole family has been disrupted by the arrival of baby North. “The entire household has been turned upside down because Kim and Nori have moved in. Bruce has been run out of the house! Kris didn’t encourage him to stay either,” the source claimed.
Rumors are now swirling that Kris and Jenner’s marriage is now in trouble, Kris recently appeared on “Access Hollywood Live” and claimed that Jenner’s decision to move out was a good thing.
“We got a place out at the beach for him to get away. It does get a little congested in that house,” said Kris. Although the couple is now spending much more time apart, Kris explains that absence really does make the heart grow fonder.
“It’s been 23 years and it’s amazing to have a little bit of space so it’s kind of fun,” said Kris. “It’s a wonderful idea. He is mostly sleeping at home.”
Well, it’s certainly an unconventional move, and we’re not sure if things are that peaceful now or if Kris is just spinning the story to downplay any real drama. But should we really expect anything but bizarre antics from the Kardashian clan?
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