Kris Jenner believes her relationship with Caitlyn Jenner "will work itself out".
The exes didn't see eye-to-eye over comments Caitlyn - who made her gender transition earlier this year - made in her infamous Vanity Fair magazine interview, but the Kardashian matriarch insists they are "still family" and remain friendly.
She told PEOPLE.com: "It's good. It's fine. You know, it's a process. I think everything takes a little bit of time. We're still family. We still have kids together. And it will work itself out."
Kris, 59, confronted her ex-husband about being described as a "distraction" in the article on an episode of 'I Am Cait'. However, she admits she hasn't watched it back.
She said: "I haven't watched it yet because it's hard."
Meanwhile, Kris' sister Karen recently claimed that the reality star - who has two daughters, Kendall and Kylie, with Caitlyn - is embarrassed by the Olympian's transition.
She said: "It's still so strange, all of us are trying to adjust to things because it was such a shock. I don't think anyone is used to the fact that this is Bruce. Of course, we all love Caitlyn but I felt so bad for Kris, she was so hurt and is still coming to terms with it. Kris doesn't talk about it much because she finds it embarrassing - I think she's hurt more than anything.
"But my sister is a genius at marketing so she's very good at hiding her feelings. Kris doesn't want the world to think her life is falling apart."