Bruce Jenner attends church alone in California while the Kardashians party in New York
Former Olympian Bruce Jenner went to church alone on Sunday in Westlake Village, California.
The 64-year-old was spotted leaving a worship service and chatting with another churchgoer in the parking lot.
Jenner also attended church on June 22 alone, and both times wore a white baseball cap and sunglasses.
Meanwhile, the Kardashian women and Jenner girls were across the country enjoying a vacation in New York City. Youngest Kardashian daughter Khloe celebrated her 30th birthday on Friday, and all of the girls went on a yacht cruise on the Hudson River.
Kris Jenner, 58, was also in attendance for the New York trip, and posted Instagram photos of the Statue of Liberty, and of herself, Kendall, Kourtney, and Kylie taking a helicopter ride.
Kris and Bruce announced in October that they had been secretly separated for a year, and live in separate homes. The two have been married for 22 years, and reportedly will not divorce because they do not have a prenuptial agreement.
Despite the separation, the matriarch and patriarch are frequently photographed having lunch together, attending events, and holding hands. Bruce continues to wear his wedding ring, and Kris often wears her engagement ring, but without the wedding band.
They were spotted in April attending a worship service in Calabasas, California with none of their children with them. Kris also attended an Easter Sunday service with her mom, Mary Jo Campbell.
On the family's hit reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," Bruce's conservative , down-to-earth demeanor often seemed at odds with the female castmembers' gregarious, attention-grabbing antics. Daughter Kendall said that her father is not as uptight as he is portrayed on the show.
"That's completely made up," she told the Community Press.
"The Internet makes my dad out to be some strict, hardcore, crazy dad who wants us to be praying in a church all the time ... But he's honestly the greatest dad ever. He is the perfect amount of strict."