Khloe Kardashian Expecting 2nd Child
With Tristan Thompson

It seems like the Kardashian family is adding another member to their clan. Khloe
Kardashian and her ex, Tristan Thompson, are expecting their second baby– this time
via surrogate.

“We can confirm True will have a sibling who was conceived in November,” A
spokesperson for the family told USA Today. “Khloé is incredibly grateful to the
extraordinary surrogate for such a beautiful blessing.”

The surrogate was already pregnant in the middle of Thomposon’s paternity scandal,
where it was revealed that he was expecting a child with fitness model Maralee Nichols.
Thompson and Nichols welcomed their son Theo in December.

Wanting to have a second child, the reality tv star had previously mentioned her IVF
plans on an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Khloe had told her sister Kim
that she was looking into surrogacy due to her “high risk” of miscarrying, explaining that
her doctor believed that was the right way to go.

Khloe and Thompson welcomed their first daughter, True, back in April 2018. After
dating for two years, the couple broke up in 2019 when it was revealed that the NBA
player had kissed model Jordyn Woods, the former best friend of the Kardashian’s
sister Kylie Jenner.

The two reconciled in 2020, however they broke up in 2021 when it was revealed that
he was expecting a child with Nichols. Kardashian and Thompson have been co-
parenting their daughter True since then.

“Did Tristan have every opportunity to tell me? Yes. Was Tristan going to tell me if there
wasn’t a baby involved? Absolutely not. And that shows a lot about his character. The
entire thing is despicable,” Kardashian said in the new Hulu original tv show, The

Currently, the family is looking for privacy and respect as they enter this new chapter in
their lives.

“We’d like to ask for kindness and privacy so that Khloe can focus on her family.”


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