Khloe Kardashian is supposedly pregnant with Cleveland Cavaliers star Tristan Thompson, joining her baby sister Kylie Jenner and older sister Kim Kardashian in bringing future Kardashian reality TV stars into the world.
Buzzfeed Newsand other outlets are reporting Khloe, 33, has made good on her long-expressed wish to become pregnant by Thompson, 26. A source confirmed to Buzzfeed News that a baby is on the way.
Back on the June 11 season finale of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” Khloe gushed about how she Thompson had been talking about starting a family together. Tristan already has a son, born December 12, to an ex-girlfriend.
“He wants to have five or six kids with me and that’s lovely. We could start at one and grow from there,” Khloe said about Tristan, whom she began dating last fall.
She had also admitted she’s not on birth control. “It’s like — it’s scary,” Khloe said.
Since late spring, rumors have been flying — and then immediately discounted — that the couple was expecting. Rumors really heated up after they called each other mom and dad on Instagram, TMZ reported.
This revelation about Khloe comes four days after TMZ and People broke the news that 20-year-old lip kit mogul Kylie is expecting a baby girl in January or February with 25-year-old rapper Travis Scott, whom she’s been dating since April.
Of course, many questions are swirling around Kylie’s supposed pregnancy, given that she’s been posting photos of herself on social media that may or may not show a baby bump.
But if Kylie is due in January, that means she’ll be producing another Kardashian scion around the same time that a San Diego-based surrogate will give birth to the third child of Kim, 36, and Kanye West, various reports have said.
Kim and Kanye hired the surrogate because Kim has a condition that is known to put mothers and their babies at risk of bleeding to death before, during and after childbirth. Kardashian has placenta accreta, in which the placenta becomes deeply attached into the uterus.
Kardashian says in a post on her website that doctors discovered she was affected after she gave birth to her first child, North West, in 2013. While the delivery of North went fairly smoothly, her placenta stayed attached to her uterus after the birth, and a doctor had to surgically remove it. The condition also became an issue during her second pregnancy and when giving birth to their son Saint in December 2015.
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