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Khloe Kardashian is opening up about co-parenting with Tristan Thompson and why she would never talk poorly about any of her exes.
The 36-year-old reality star spoke to talk show host Drew Barrymore this week and they talked about how they relate because of their relationships with their exes.
Khloé Kardashian on Co-Parenting with Tristan Thompson, Setting Mom’s Range Rover on Fire:
“I can’t take the credit. I have first my parents, my mom, my dad and my stepdad, that trilogy was just like the ultimate because what they embedded in us and what they showed us, and I don’t think I understood how mature and respectful and loving my three parents were until you put yourself in a similar situation,” Khloe said about growing up in a co-parenting situation. “My dad and stepdad, I’m sure it definitely wasn’t easy at first, the first couple of years I don’t even know if they spoke to one another.”
“We didn’t know that because they never talked poorly about one another to us but of course it was a challenge for my mom to remarry, I’m sure it was a challenge for my dad with all that but eventually my dad would come over once a week for family dinners and my dad and my stepdad would play golf with one another about once a week and my dad was over every Christmas and so I have them as examples,” she continued. “Then I have my sister Kourtney and I still call him my brother Scott, so many great examples that I don’t think we allow one another than do anything less and we get to learn from one another.”
Khloe added, “Of course there are days that are definitely more trying, bumpy or turbulent but you never speak poorly about someone that you have a child with or even an ex at all, like at some point you chose to be in that relationship and at some point there was love and respect, so why can’t we at least find a common ground somewhere.”
Khloe also talked about the desire to give her daughter True a sibling. She said, “I have so many brothers and sisters, so I do want to have a sibling for True. With the world of Covid I’ve been doing IVF and all that kind of stuff and it’s been more challenging in a quarantine year, but I definitely do.”
You’ve gotta hear about the story Khloe‘s mom just told about the wild thing that happened when she was just a child.
Khloé Kardashian Reveals How “Workout Therapy” Empowered Her:
Khloé Kardashian explains to Drew how working out is a form of therapy for her and why she doesn’t believe in diets, instead, wanting to get healthy on her terms.
Why Khloé Kardashian Took Keeping Up with the Kardashians Ending the Hardest of Her Family:
Khloé Kardashian sits down with Drew to talk about what it’s like now that Keeping Up with the Kardashians is coming to an end after 20 seasons, and they bond over her super crush on Christian Bale!
Host Sarah Hyland and “Lady Parts” OBGYN Dr. Sherry Ross are joined by Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian to talk about the importance of family planning. The group discusses freezing their eggs, birth control, future expansion of their families, and the value of having kids on their own.
Khloe Kardashian is opening up about the steps she’s taking now to have more children with Tristan Thompson.
The 36-year-old reality star spoke to Sarah Hyland in the new Lady Parts digital series, via People, about how she and Tristan aren’t freezing her eggs, but more making embryos.
“We realized that my eggs aren’t strong enough to be frozen. They should be mixed immediately with sperm to make embryos,” she shared in the open conversation. “So I actually have made embryos.”
Khloe added that the pandemic did get in the way of her having more kids sooner.
“With COVID, finding this whole fertility process, if you do need assistance in fertility, it’s much more challenging during COVID. They say, ‘If you wanna make God laugh, tell him your plans.’ So the one time I’m actually really trying to plan, God is saying, ‘Uh uh, you can’t make your plans like this!’” she shared.
“My plan’s been a little delayed,” Khloe added. “I definitely do want more kids. I have so many brothers and sisters. I think it’s such a blessing — especially during these times — to have a family member or people that you can play with and rely on and just have a buddy through life.”
Between balancing hours-long Zoom meetings and raising 2-year-old daughter True, Khloé Kardashian says there’s one daily self-care practice that helps keep her mental health in check — her sweat sessions.
For me, working out is a huge part of my life and it clears my head. It makes me feel strong and accomplished. That little bit of self-care is what I need. “It’s a stress reliever. I get anxiety sometimes. It takes all of that away.
A by-product of [working out] is you look good. But my main focus isn’t about, ‘Oh, I need to lose 5 lbs.’ I don’t care about the scale. I feel energized and I’m ready to chase my daughter [True] around for the day. It gives you that little oomph that I need.”
About Zoom meeting:
When I do Zoom meetings, I go in a ‘professional’ room and not just sit on my bed. I still have to remember, ‘Let’s put on a little makeup, change the scenery and do Zoom in my office so it still feels like you’re having those productive meetings
The other day I had a three-hour Zoom and I felt so bad because it can be so repetitive and unmotivating at times. So we have to learn. I make sure to carve out time for my daughter and myself, whether it is working out or taking a little walk
About the new collection for Good American:
I’ve been pushing to do ’90s denim for over two years now. This has been something I really took control over. I think I had not only myself in mind but my younger sisters too, because Kendall [Jenner] and Kylie [Jenner] love the baggy denim. I think everyone in my family now has something they can wear from Good American.
I personally love our Good Legs. I’ve just been wanting a really relaxed fit, something that gives you that edge. It’s definitely a more comfortable, lighter-weight denim,” she says. “It falls really nicely and gives you that baggy element that is so true to the ’90s era.
If you don’t want to be in sweats or leggings that we’re all so used to over the past year, I think this is the perfect transition,” she says. “And I will say, I love, love, love to wear jeans. But during the pandemic, thinking about throwing on a pair of jeans that were super tight has not been something I’ve been excited to do. It’s probably sad to say, but I really have not put on a dress or something really fancy in about a year. So this gives me an excuse to wear denim and still be super comfortable.
Growing up as a teenager in the ’90s, the decade’s iconic fashion moments hold a special place in Kardashian’s heart. “Victoria Beckham as Posh Spice was just an icon in our family. It was just all the mini dresses and her legs for days. And the short bob, it was just such glamour that I loved.
It was just such a fun fashion time because there was such a versatility. You had Gwen Stefani from No Doubt who was more punk and edgy, and then Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Moss. It was such a great variety of fashion. My mom’s a borderline a hoarder, but maybe in a good way,” the star says with a laugh. “She holds on to these incredible vintage Alaïa or Jean Paul Gaultier pieces that she had in the ’80s and then everything repeats itself. So then we wore these fabulous dresses that we would steal thinking she would never notice.
There was one particular pair of Jenner’s Chloé bell-bottom slacks that all the Kardashian sisters would be fighting to get their hands on, Kardashian remembers. “I think I only wore them because my sisters would wear them and I’m younger. I was like, ‘Well, they must be cool if they’re wearing them.'”
She adds: “So I don’t even know how I styled it together. I just wanted to do what [my sisters] were doing!”
“I was taking some collagen powders for a minute after I had True, but I was still a little frustrated that the ones I was taking had quite a few fillers or artificial color. I was really, really impressed by their ingredients and the price point,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star says.
“Most of all, the plastic-free packaging was something that really spoke to me as well,” Kardashian adds.
Now that she’s been incorporating collagen into her daily routine for quite some time, Kardashian says she say a “difference really quickly in my hair, skin and nails.”
“I’m just sort of in love and healthily addicted to adding a Dose & Co into my everyday routine,” she says.
While her sister Kourtney Kardashian’s famous for her morning avocado smoothie (“She doesn’t drink coffee, so that’s her coffee, if you will.”), the Good American designer finds it easiest to put a scoop of the Dose & Co Pure Collagen Powder into her coffee each day.
“It’s not something that’s so many extra steps out of your day,” Kardashian says. “My go-to is in my coffee, but whatever you like, go with it and stick with that. Sometimes I will put some Dose & Co Collagen Creamer but it depends on my mood.”
Keeping up with her daily rituals — like taking her collagen, drinking enough water and working out — helps put Kardashian in a positive mindset to take on the day.
“At the beginning [of quarantine] I wasn’t motivated. I would say for a good two weeks, I was just kind of stagnant and at home with my daughter watching way too much news, which is just too toxic,” she says. “And then I was like, ‘You know what? I got to [clap] shake myself out of this, get up, go to the gym, keep my routine.'”
“It’s the little things that make me feel so good and then make me okay to take on the bigger things. Whether that be just walking around the block with True for a half hour just to get some fresh air or to keep moving my body, that’s what I need that make me feel good.”
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On this episode of On Purpose, Jay sat down with Khloe Kardashian. Khloe is most well-known for her role on the reality television series Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
She shares the importance of taking responsibility for your pain, and the need to regularly self-reflect. Khloe reminds us that we should never invalidate other people’s feelings, and how to rise above the negativity of social media.[/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OD5OmVi2JG4″ align=”center”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row]
[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Her love-life is kind of complicated, butwhen it comes to being amama,
Khloé Kardashian is more than keeping up!
Koko’s daughter True celebrated her first birthday in April –andwhile her shock splitwith her daughter’s father, basketball ace Tristan Thompson, has been traumatic, the 35-year-old insists she’s moved on.
Part of that process includes launching her third Koko Kollectionwith sister Kylie Jenner. It’s just the latest business endeavour Khloé has pursued alongside her fashion range Good American and her Revenge Body TV show– on top of her parenting duties.
Here, Khloé reveals howshe keeps up with her crazy schedule and how she’s ruled out dating… for now.
Ok! Magazine: You’ve been through some ups and downs in relationships – but is thereanyone special in your life now?
Khloé Kardashian: No. I’m not even thinking like that because I’m so in love with True, being with her and enjoying every minute. I’m working on myself – mind,body and soul. I’m happy. I don’t feel a sense of urgency to be in a relationship or even go on a date. I don’t want to.
Ok! Magazine:Do you have help with True?
Khloé Kardashian: Yes, because I work as well. I have someone with her when I can’t be, but
it’s not around the clock. I love being hands-on, but when I have to work, I do. I’m so blessed and fortunate because we film a reality show, so I try to have her with me as much as possible when we’re at the house. When we’re out and about, she is on a really strict schedule because I’mcrazy! We have her music classes and her art classes, but as much as I can, I’m with her.
Ok! Magazine: Keeping Up with the Kardashians is in its 17th season. Are you sick of the cameras yet?
Khloé Kardashian: It’s still enjoyable for us. It’s become second nature. I think keeping the same people around us has helped it just feel like we can do anything and everything.
Ok! Magazine: How do you get motivated to exercise regularly and maintain such a healthy lifestyle?
Khloé Kardashian: I really do believe in the buddy system when working out. That has helped me stay motivated, because we all have days we don’t want to get out of bed. I love the buddy system, sharing the same hobbies and getting competitive with one another.
Ok! Magazine:What is the one piece of advice you’d give about getting the body you want?
Start small, but be consistent. If you work out for just 20 minutes every day, it will change you so much.
Ok! Magazine: You have a new collection out with Kylie Cosmetics. How has motherhood changed your beauty routine?
There have been a lot of nights where I’ve fallen asleep with make-up on, which I never used to do. And I’ll still wear it the next morning, which is really hot! I never used to do that. It’s one thing that I’m like, ‘Ugh, how did this happen?’
Ok! Magazine: What is the one beauty item you cannot live without?
I’m obsessed with sunscreen. I have sunscreen in all of my cars. When you’re
driving, through your windshield, the sun is beaming on your hands. Your hands and your neck tell your age.
Ok! Magazine:What is the greatest beauty lesson you’ve learnt?
Moisturise, moisturise, moisturise! I put on vitamin E oil or Bio-Oil or any type
of oil I love. I put it on from my forehead down, and even in between my breasts. I’ll do it at night, [and] when I go to bed. I’m like a Slip ’N Slide! I’m covered in oil and I don’t care. I’m just gross, but that’s
OK. I look perfect!
Ok! Magazine: How easy was it to collaborate with your little sister?
It’s great. I don’t care if I’m Kylie’s older sister, I just really respect that this is Kylie’s business. She built Kylie Cosmetics, and it’s an honour to be a part of it.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text]
Khloe Kardashian talking with E! News at the grand opening party for Mohegan Sun’s new ultra-lounge, novelle!
As upsetting as some scandals can be, Khloe Kardashian has managed to overcome the biggest challenges that life has thrown at her, including Tristan Thompson’s infidelities. And ahead of Sunday night’s emotional episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, True Thompson’s mom revealed that she is staying positive about the experience.
“Life is about ups and downs and I don’t think I planned—obviously, I didn’t plan for any of this to happen—but the beauty is that we can survive anything in life and it’s about a strong mindset and a good support system,” the reality star shared at the opening night of the night lounge, novelle at Mohigan Sun.
She added, “Life is great so you just gotta find the beauty in it.”
For Khloe, the biggest ray of sunshine is her daughter, True, who is “babbling like no other.” She says that she is confident her little one is “really, really close” to talking. “I know she is never going to stop talking once she starts, but it’s just so cute the little forms of communication she can do and everything for me is so rewarding,” the hands-on mom joked.
But at the opening, the 34-year-old was all about letting loose, even if it was just four 18 hours. She joked that she was in need of a “mom’s night out,” so she and her girlfriends, Malika and Khadijah Haqq, left True in “great hands.”
So while True and her dad had a little one-on-one time, Khloe said she and her girlfriends were going to do a bit of partying. Although, who can blame her if she does sneak away to FaceTime True?
MarieClaire.com: One year after debuting Good Mama denim, Khloé Kardashian and Emma Grede have launched Maternity Performance, a new extension of their activewear line that focuses on mothers-to-be and new moms. The Good American co-founders felt that maternity performance was a natural progression in their lineup—and that their offerings fill a big hole in the market.
“When I was pregnant I definitely felt like what was offered was just a few pieces and they weren’t very comfortable; they weren’t cute at all,” says Khloé Kardashian. Offering comfort, style, and a range of options was important to her. “We don’t tell our consumer what they should be wearing. We don’t give them like three pieces. We allow them to have a good range of stuff. And they can pick if they want to be, you know, a little more conservative or if they still want to be sexy or whatever, it’s up to the consumer to decide. So we wanted to create more options that you can wear either if you are just relaxing at home or if you want to work out, you still get the same support. You know, our goal is really to listen to our customers and just to be inclusive and what we produce.”
MarieClaire.com spoke to Kardashian and Grede a few days ahead of the launch to talk about their new products, and the advice they’d give women who are trying to get back into a workout routine after having a baby.
What was the most important factor for you when you were designing Maternity Performance?
Kardashian: I will say definitely I had no idea even about this maternity world or the lack thereof until I got pregnant. I definitely think comfort and functionality are the two biggest things. I would say comfort more than functionality because for me, what I was offered were items I would never wear in my real life. And I worked out my entire pregnancy and even if I wasn’t working out, you just want to be in leggings anyway because you just are so uncomfortable towards the very end. And that’s also what made us create our denim because I never found any denim that I was comfortable in. And of course our prototypes I was wearing throughout my pregnancy—we didn’t finish it until the end. But I was able to wear it during my postpartum stage, which is great.
But I love that with our performance, everything is seamless. You don’t want seams in certain places that they shouldn’t be. Nobody wants camel-toe and all that kind of stuff. So we try to do things really seamless–you also don’t want a bunch of lines and fabric suffocating your tummy, you want things to be protected and make you feel secure, but not anything that’s too suffocating and restricting. I know with me, I felt already kind of suffocated within my own body. That’s something else. I didn’t want it to feel like an extra layer of skin. I just wanted it to feel like comfortable, stretchy fabric. But that was also cute.
And our sports bras are sports bra, but they could also be nursing bras as well. So those are really easy, especially when you’re a mom and multitasking and your baby’s screaming and you just need to breastfeed. Those very easy; they’re very functional and that was something that was really important to me as well.
Grede: For me, it was how do we make something super comfortable, first and foremost. But then, you’re in this time of your life where your body’s changing, quite literally by the day, and you also want to look really cute.
When I was pregnant, the smallest thing would irritate me—a seam in the wrong place, a slightly too small sleeve, a bit of skin popping out where it shouldn’t. So actually, it was just like, how do you make it super, super comfortable? And there’s just things that you can do in garment construction that takes out some of the things that would usually irritate you. Everything that we do is four-way stretch and it’s seamless. And when you make seamless garments, you just take out any of those bits that would usually dig in or leave like an indentation on you when your body’s bigger than it would normally be and you take your clothes off.
So for me, it was [also important] to give a super emphasis on the function. You need to be able to sweat in it and you need to be able to move comfortably in it, but just make sure that everything feels nonrestrictive, and that your belly feels all at once supported, but not at all ever restricted.
Why was it important to you to design with the postpartum stage in mind?
Kardashian: Honestly, I think it’s harder to dress for [postpartum] because when you have a belly that has a baby in it, it’s cute. Show it off or whatever. And even though you just had a baby, let’s even just say 48 hours before, you still, as a mom, knowing there’s not a baby in there, but you still have this big belly—I don’t care how secure you are, you still feel like, I don’t want to emphasize this. At least I did and my girlfriends. Even though it’s so crazy because you have to give yourself a little pat on the back: You just had a baby.
I remember, you expect, Oh my God, I’m going to have a baby, I’m going to give birth and then my belly is going to be gone. That’s really what I expected going in, and when I came out I was like, okay, I’m holding the baby, but why do I still have the tummy? And you do, and you have to be kinder to yourself. So then at the end I loved having some support on my tummy, so I felt like I was being held in. I didn’t want to feel, I don’t know the word, like loose or maybe just unsupported. Your stomach has gone through so much stuff. So I would say for the next couple of weeks after delivery you do want to feel that you’re being supported on your tummy area.
I mean every human body is different. So we all have to be kind. But when people are like, “Oh it’ll snap back in, like six weeks so far or six days postpartum.” And they have like a six pack. I’m like, what?
And some people do that and some don’t. I had a tummy and mine wasn’t like a full round ball, but I had a tummy, and I almost wish I had round ball and because you just feel like ugh. Like you just look like ugh. Like that’s a word I could describe. But it took nine months to gain this weight to nine months for your body to adapt that you have to at least give yourself nine months in my opinion, that it’s going to go back down. Even just the swelling or the shock that your body just went through.
That’s why people say, “Oh, but why would I want to buy maternity stuff. I’m only going to use it for a couple of months.” But they don’t realize after you deliver, you will still continue. I used my maternity denim more after pregnancy. One, I didn’t have them for my full pregnancy, but I use them so much more because I was way more comfortable and they’re still stylish and if you cover the top, no one knows they’re maternity denim. And the same thing with this. No one’s going to know they’re maternity workout clothes, but if you feel more supported rather than having your muffin top hanging off over the side—to me that would make me more insecure. I just like being held in and supported and that’s the beauty about this line.
Grede: I remember in my first pregnancy, buying things thinking, I’ll just buy this because I’m only going to need to wear this for the next couple of months. And the reality is you don’t just turn back into what you were previously, and then, your body’s just changed forever. And so you do need to invest in things that you’re going to be able to wear for months after your pregnancy, and things that are going to be good in those months when you’ve just had the baby and you just want to be super comfortable. And that’s why we decided to do the nursing bra, because we’re like, “How do you do something that’s super supportive and works while you’re moving up and down? But then, that’s also functional for after you have the baby?”
And so, the nursing bra for us was the perfect place to get a little bit experimental and go, “Can we do something that’s functional and supportive but then has a use afterwards?” So you’re not just hanging around with all this excess stuff that goes in a box for, one day, another pregnancy, or goes to the charity shop.
After you had your baby, was there a specific workout that helped you get back in shape and feel good? Was that a priority for you?
Kardashian: Well, working out was because I worked out so much prior and then during my pregnancy, so you have to take about six weeks off and as soon as you’re clear from your doctor, I was so excited to work out, but mentally I was so much stronger than I was physically because I took so much time off. And so mentally I wanted to do all these things but physically, I wasn’t able to do them. And that was really hard for me to understand. And it was more me building back up my endurance and my strengths. We definitely worked a lot on my abs because that was the most shocking part on my body. I mean like my body was in most shock, stomach-wise. And so we did a lot of abs—we did more Pilates moves, not too much too soon and you have to ease back into it.
But consistency is key. So even if you’re just going on a walk, just doing it consistently and always pushing yourself a little more with each week. Just trying to gradually build that endurance. But I’m someone who likes just to do things slow as long as you’re consistent because I don’t really believe in big diet fads or I’m not trying to lose 30 pounds in 30 days. I don’t try to do anything too crazy like that. I just want a lifestyle rather than a moment in time.
Do you have any advice for someone who’s trying to get back to working out after having a baby or might be struggling to regain her body confidence?
Kardashian: That was definitely something I went through. It sucks because with social media, it could be such a
Khloe Kardashian Shows Off Bare Stomach 5 Weeks After Baby – and Claps Back at Haters Credit: Khloe Kardashian/Snapchat
great tool to give you information and to help you, but you also do a lot of comparing yourself to others. And like I said earlier, every human body is different and we have to do what’s best for us and also our living environment. Like if some people have help, it’s probably easier for them to go work out. And if some people don’t, it’s just not. But I waited until I was sadly like excited to work out. I was really looking forward to it. And I did 30 minutes a day for the first week just to get back into it. And I was really excited. I was like, Okay, now this week I’m going to go to 45 minutes. And it was more exciting rather than daunting and God, I have to work out today. And it was just doing little things.
When True was napping that’s what I would do it, and I would just go downstairs and do house workouts. I wasn’t having to commute far. You have to ease yourself back into it. Getting back into routine is probably the hardest part. I do think it’s mind over matter. But once I started noticing some changes, it really made me feel good. And setting small goals for yourself. But you do have to know that you have to be kind to yourself. You just had a baby, you’re taking care of the baby. For me, breastfeeding was really hard. So there’s a lot going on and the hormones and everything is a whole different thing. Pregnancy takes a toll on yourself and I think just doing little by little, it will help mentally you feel better too.
Does what you’re wearing to work out contribute to your confidence level?
I feel like you know, I used to be a lot bigger without being pregnant. Just my weight was a lot bigger and I think even that’s one reason why we started this. The whole idea of the brand and having size inclusivity. I used to be a size 12 or 14 and when I was, I wasn’t offered cute clothes in a size 12 or 14. I was offered whatever the scraps they wanted to give me and I thought, don’t tell the consumer what they want to buy, just because I’m a 12 or 14. I was really confident, probably more confident than I can be at times now. And I wanted to be in sexy clothes. I wanted to be in bodycon stuff. And so I just feel like that was never offered to me.
That’s one reason Good American came to fruition. But then with maternity, too, when I was pregnant and looking for workout clothes. There were more baggy options—nothing was tight as well. And I looked better showing off my tummy. I didn’t want people to think, Is she pregnant? Is she not pregnant? Like you’re kind of afraid to talk about that or to ask if you are or not. So with me, I liked being in tighter clothes. So with our maternity, we offer bike shorts and sports bras and cute trendy leggings and it’s not going to be just a couple of scrap pieces that we’re dictating how everybody should wear them. We’re going to have a good variety of pieces. I really do love from the line.
We have great sports bras that function as nursing bras as well. I think that’s a key piece because I never had the problem of having big breasts before my pregnancy and so I didn’t realize how much support big boobs really need and when you’re breastfeeding, it’s not a fun feeling. At least for me it’s not. And so it felt good to be that supported and I love how easy these nursing bras are on. You’re multitasking, you’re holding a baby and the baby’s crying and blah, blah, blah. It’s just refreshing to know you just unsnap your bra. It’s just, it’s really easy. I think you have to play with it to understand the difference in how easy it is. But I also love the high-waisted bike shorts from the performance collection. They’re supportive and I love the compression and you don’t feel suffocated in them. It feels just right.
More than three years ago, Khloé Kardashian‘s world was rocked to its core when she nearly lost her ex-husband, Lamar Odom.
In October 2015, Odom, 39, had a near-fatal overdose while at the Love Ranch brothel in Las Vegas. Although he and Kardashian were in the process of divorcing at the time, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star remained by his side in the hospital as he fought to survive.
Reflecting on the trying time nearly four years ago, Kardashian, 34, recently opened up to her divorce attorney, Laura Wasser, for an episode of PodcastOne’s Divorce Sucks With Laura Wasser.
He OD’ed during the divorce and I was his next of kin, even though it was still, the divorce was still — it was on the judge’s desk, It was like two years, or like a year or two of us trying to get the divorce going and then this happened. And then we paused the divorce, not for any romantic reasons but I wanted to be able to help take care of him and make sure that he would be okay again.
I remember he woke up and the first thing he said was, ‘Hey babe,’ ” said Kardashian. “I was like, ‘Oh God. What year does he think this is?’ I remember I was like, ‘Oh no. What did I do?!’ Because I was like, ‘Does he know?’ And then he went right back to sleep because he was in a coma, woke up, saw me and I might’ve put him back into a coma I don’t know, he probably was terrified.
Every now and then. There’s no issues. There’s no bad blood. There’s no anything. It just didn’t work out and I think he’s an incredible person and I just want the best for him. But there’s no negative anything
“I’m fine with Caitlyn. I saw Caitlyn recently, but yeah when I see Caitlyn, it’s fine. I think we’ve really come a long way. It was a struggle for all of us, at first the transition, not because she was transitioning. I think from how it was all handled.
I also think when your emotions die down, you’re able to really look at everything and be like, we’re all humans and we’re all trying to figure this out. I could only imagine how difficult it had to be to tell your children something like that, but at the time, information was withheld from us and we had to find out through other media channels and I think we all, our feelings were hurt. We’re in a really good place and we want everyone to be happy with whoever they are.
Wasser then asked Khloe if her former stepparent was dating a woman now, a reference to Caitlyn’s “business partner” Sophia Hutchins.
“Yes, I believe that she is a transgendered woman as well,” said Kardashian. “She’s really, really sweet too. She’s really sweet. She’s younger, but like, she’s not bothering anyone. She’s super sweet.”
“I will say, my mom is like superwoman,” said Khloe. “I remember during the initial couple months, it’s traumatic and her emotions are really high and that’s expected, if they weren’t, that’d be weird. How she’s handled it and still how she’s never involved Kendall and Kylie in any of her stuff, how she feels, she might vent to me and my other sisters because we’re older and we’re less emotionally attached than Kendall and Kylie might be”
“It does f*king suck because our personal emotions are still in there.”
She continued, “So those emotions can be heightened at times, but I do everything in my power — True is one and, like, a month old — so she doesn’t really know what’s happening, but to me she does know and she feels energy and I’m a big believer of that.
“I do everything in my power to not put just any sort of heavy energy around her. Maybe that sounds are a little too bohemian to some people.”
Khloe also spoke about her reasons for inviting Tristan to True’s first birthday party back in April.
I didn’t do it because I thought she was going to remember this first party… but I know she’s going to want to look back at all of her childhood memories like we all do… and I want to give her the same thing
Khloe said that Tristan is a “great person”, and she knows he loves and cares about baby True.
After more than a decade as one of the most recognisable faces — with one of the most famous surnames — on the planet, the 34-year-old reality TV star-cum-businesswoman all but shrugs off the fact that every aspect of her life is magnified to an unthinkable level.
“I’m so used to being public that it doesn’t really bother me,” Kardashian tells Stellar from her home in Los Angeles. “I’m just so comfortable having everyone along for the ride.”
Her famous — and famously close — family put her in good stead. Case in point: the sprawling WhatsApp group chat she maintains with matriarch Kris Jenner, sisters Kim, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie, and their brother Rob.
“Our family group chats are very wild,” she says. “We have ones where, if we’re talking about certain sisters, we eliminate that sister. We have got in trouble and used the wrong group chat before, and that’s never good.”
If a brood of six can keep Kardashian on her toes, it is little wonder she has learnt to turn a selectively blind eye to what her social media connections are saying at any given moment; at last check, she boasted more than 131 million followers.
“I forget that millions of people are looking. I see if my friends comment, but I don’t get notifications when everyone else does. And I don’t really read through my comments — because that could not be good for my self-esteem.”
Kanye for president caps
The Kardashians siblings have each other’s backs in a ride-or-die kind of fashion. Late last month Kardashian posted a series of selfies to Instagram in which she wore an olive-coloured cap with the slogan “Kanye For President” embroidered on it.
The usual headlines erupted, positing she had endorsed her controversial brother-in-law’s pledge to run for US President in 2024.
The reality, she explains, was far less exciting. “I have no idea who sent it to me; I just thought it was cute! It matched my outfit, so I put it on. I love my brother-in-law. Who cares? People create such a mountain out of nothing.”
Sometimes too, they create one out of truly gruelling personal trauma — and the Kardashians themselves help it all along.
Last April, towards the end of her first pregnancy, Kardashian was engulfed in a cheating scandal that involved her NBA star boyfriend Tristan Thompson, who also sired her then soon-to-be-born daughter True.
The fallout — including a tense delivery-room confrontation — was documented on camera for the family’s E! reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which has blossomed from mid-noughties guilty pleasure into the foundation of a billion-dollar empire that encompasses the worlds of fashion, beauty, lifestyle, homewares, TV production and an endless supply of memes.
“There’s not too many things that are secret, I guess,” admits Kardashian. “I’m so used to being public that it doesn’t really bother me. It’s just who I am.”
Asked to consider how she figures out the balance between her public and private personas, she replies with a laugh, “Do I have a private persona?”
Kardashian seems acutely aware that for all the people who follow her family with intense fervour, just as many condemn them as the crass embodiment of narcissism run amok. Yet she’s learnt to stop being bothered by the latter.
“We’re not doing a movie role, we’re not portraying a character,” she says. “We’ve been doing this so long it’s just second nature. But you have to have a really thick skin. And I am so, so thankful for my family.
“No matter what people think of me, I know I’m a good person. If I stand true to that, and if other people see it… great. If not, it doesn’t really affect me. I have to be very understanding of that — but it took a lot of criticism to get to that peaceful place.”
Vogue Australia editor-in-chief Edwina McCann has featured Kim Kardashian on the cover twice, and sister Kylie’s first appearance last September resulted in the magazine’s fastest-selling issue ever.
She tells Stellar she believes the siblings are “hardworking businesswomen building personal empires that rival some of the biggest and oldest brands in the world. I have always found the Kardashian/Jenners to be polite and very professional. For a family who could buy almost anything they ever wanted, they all seem to possess an admirable work ethic.”
And despite the assumption they are prone to oversharing, there are still moments that remain off-limits to the camera crews.
“We definitely have things that stay private,” she tells Stellar. “Whether they be family dinners or holidays…”
The recent first birthday of her niece Stormi (sister Kylie’s daughter), was not be filmed. Still, it is not always easy for her to avoid oversharing.
“It’s my biggest issue — it’s hard for me to pull back,” she says. “Everybody doesn’t have to know everything. My personal life, my dating life… I’ve learnt that I want to keep on the private side.”
This includes what — and how — she shares updates on her daughter. “I don’t want to overexpose her,” says Kardashian, whose volume of baby posts are, by Stellar’s quick and by no means mathematically perfect estimation, no higher than any other new parent’s.
What she would rather do is instil True with the same level of self-confidence her own parents gave her. “As silly as it sounds, I do positive affirmations with her in the morning. We sit in front of the mirror. It’s so corny: ‘I am beautiful!’
“I never, ever considered myself chubby or overweight,” she says of her own childhood.
“I didn’t know that I was until I went on TV, and everyone told me that I was ‘fat’. I never felt that way because my family never allowed me to. Anything about me that was positive, they would point out.
“It’s my job to make her feel, no matter what she looks like, that she is strong and confident and beautiful, and it’s OK to embrace all different shapes, sizes, and ethnicities. My whole family is a melting pot of race and skin tone and hair colour and height — everything. That’s our reality and our children need to know how beautiful diversity is.”
Kardashian describes her role as a mother “one of the best things ever — as soon as you see your baby it just gives you this surge of energy. I want her to be proud of me.”
And having her own daughter has given her a newfound appreciation of the way her own mother handles the task.
“The way she’s able to juggle everything — all of her kids: managing them, loving them, her social life. My mum is 63 years old and what she manages to do inspires me. We all have the same amount of hours — somehow, she just uses them differently.”
Jenner has been a particularly strong role model for her daughter as she has launched her own companies.
“Business is definitely trial and error,” Kardashian says. “At the beginning I was bright-eyed and everything was exciting. I’ve learnt you have to believe in your brand. I’ve learnt it’s OK to say no — to understand that something else might come my way.
“It’s so much better when you can say no to 500 things and say yes to that one [project] that speaks to your soul.”
In 2016, Kardashian co-founded the size-inclusive clothing label Good American, which incorporates denim, activewear and shapewear from sizes 00 to 24.
Already, about 22 per cent of sales are generated in Australia; now the brand is launching exclusively online at The Iconic, which will also stock the line’s newly invented size 15 jeans.
“We don’t want to sell to retailers who aren’t going to carry the entire line right next to each other,” says Kardashian.
“Because I’m a tall girl, I’m a bigger girl. And I was always really embarrassed to go shopping with my sisters or my girlfriends. It’s what they say all girls love to do together — but for me, it was… ‘god, I have to shop.’
“I had to be embarrassed when they told me my size was on a different floor. You’re sent to the attic, basically, to shop for your size. It’s like, why do you do that to women? It doesn’t make you feel good. So if we’re able to help that at all, the more the merrier.”
Khloé Kardashian will exec produce new, original series Twisted Sisters for Investigation Discovery, six episodes of true-crime described by ID as a look “inside the most outrageous and provocative crimes ever committed by the unlikeliest of pairs – sisters.”
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