The beautiful bromance continues between the rock star and Bonet's ex-husband
The rocker, 59, and the Aquaman star, 44, have been close for years, having bonded throughout Momoa's 15 year-plus relationship with Kravitz's ex Lisa Bonet. Despite the couple's split after five years of marriage, Kravitz tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story that nothing has changed on his end.
"We're family, We will be family," he says of Momoa, when asked about the state of their storied friendship amid the star's divorce from Bonet. "There's no judgment."
For Kravitz, the connection goes deeper than his and Momoa's relationship. "I'm very proud that their kids call me Uncle Lenny," he says of Bonet and Momoa's kids Lola Lolani and Nakoa-Wolf. "We're all extremely close and share a lot of love."
Though divorce can be a death knell for some friendships, that's not how Kravitz rolls. "It's all good," he says. "We will continue, life will continue, love will continue."
That is how it's been since his own split from Bonet back in 1993. When it comes to his relationship with the Cosby Show alum and mother of his daughter Zoë Kravitz, 35, he says they did the work to stay close.
"The love doesn’t leave you, but it has to find a new way to funnel itself into a new life,” he says. “We consciously wanted to do that. It took time, believe me, but she is a part of my life that will never leave my heart, my soul or my spirit. I am what I am because of our experience.”
For more on Lenny Kravtiz's life and loves, pick up this week's issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands everywhere now.
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