The momager let him know that after their divorce she replaced him as her executor
So it’s heartbreaking to see his emotional response in a clip from this Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians that shows him finding out that ex-wife Kris Jenner has replaced him as the executor of her living will.
Bruce accompanies the momager, 59, to a medical facility where she’s having a procedure and she’s asked before undergoing sedation whether she has an advance directive in case of any complications. There’s an awkward pause as Kris has to break the news to Bruce that she’s taken away his rights and responsibilities as her executor, and handed that power over to her oldest daughter, Kourtney Kardashian.
“For my entire marriage with Bruce he has always been listed as the executor on my living will,” Kris says. “But when Bruce and I got divorced I decided that Kourtney was going to be the executor.”
Bruce, 65, is visibly upset and later removes his glasses to wipe tears from his eyes.
“The problem I have with all of this – Kourtney with the final say? What, I’m not here? I’m the only one here. She’s not here,” he says.
“If somebody needs to make a decision, like taking you off life support, we’re divorced,” Kris quietly explains. “I don’t think you should be the one that would decide.”
Bruce admitted earlier this season that it wasn’t easy adjusting to his new life, as he moved out of the family home when the couple split and now lives alone in Malibu. “It can get pretty lonely not seeing the kids every day,” he said, later adding, “Kris and I spent 24 years together, every day, all the time. So sometimes it’s a little tough.”
Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs Sundays (9 p.m. ET) on E!