Khloe Kardashian’s Feelings About Co-Parenting With Tristan Thompson 1 Year After Scandal (Exclusive)
Move forward. Khloe kardashian ready to co-parent her two young children with Tristan Thompson, according to a source close to the Good American co-founder — even after his paternity scandal rocked their burgeoning family. “Khloe still wants Tristan to be there for those special moments, she feels it’s important for her kids to have those memories with him and bond,” the source said. HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVE about the actual icon’s emotions while co-parenting with the great NBA. “She knows that people will have an opinion about her asking him around but she won’t let that stop her from doing what’s best for her child.”
However, that doesn’t mean finding out that Tristan has a baby boy, Followwith Maralee Nichols in December 2021 painless. After Khloe decided to have her second child through a surrogate, also a boy, with Tristan, fitness model Maralee, 31, announced last November that she would give birth to the star’s child. basketball. Paternity was proven in January. Khloe, Tristan and her sister True Thompson4, welcomed their new baby on August 5.
“It really took a lot of work for her to put her anger and pain aside and allow him to be there for Halloween with the kids,” the insider continued. “It certainly wasn’t easy for her, but she did it because he had a strong bond with their children that was more important to her than letting his own feelings take over. program control. Does it make it easy for her? No, but she doesn’t care because her children’s happiness comes first.”
Khloe and Tristan have kept the details of their baby boy, now three months old, close to the vest. But on one Kelly Clarkson Show appeared in late October, Khloe discussed the ongoing speculation about his name. “My daughter said her name was Snowy,” Khloe said. “It’s not Snowy, so that’s a hint. I swear she did everything just to mess with me. But his name is not Snowy.”
Tristan also shares a son Prince Oliver5, with ex-lover Jordan Craig.