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If you are hoping to follow Jennifer Aniston on Twitter soon, don't hold your breath.
Rob Kardashian was seen out in Los Angeles on Wednesday after months of keeping a low profile.
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Neither Caitlyn nor Kris Jenner have had a particularly negative word to say about each other since their October 2013 separation and subsequent divorce in December 2014.
Following Caitlyn's coming out, however – first in a 20/20 interview with Diane Sawyer when she was still known as Bruce and, later, an introduction to her true self on the cover of Vanity Fair – the pair have politely tiptoed around some major issues. It seems as if they'll never agree on when, exactly, Caitlyn began transitioning, or why their marriage fell apart.
PEOPLE explores three ways in which they disagreed about their relationship, in their own words – and one thing on which they wholeheartedly agree.
With the timeline of Bruce Jenner's transition accelerated faster than the Kardashian-Jenner clan might have anticipated, the family is finding different ways to deal with the change.
As seen on Sunday's midseason finale of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kendall Jenner's method of coping is to keep herself busy – easily done, at this point, given that the model is so heavily in demand.
Meanwhile, matriarch Kris is dealing with the changes by making herself available to her children. Overly so, according to Kendall.