Khloe covers February 2015 Cosmopolitan UK

Khloe Kardashian Fansite nrm_1418898205-cosmopolitan_february_cover-e1419713514836 Khloe covers February 2015 Cosmopolitan UK Khloé Kardashian is our sexy new cover gal, and in her honest interview she talks about how she never expected to be single and going through divorce at 30. This time last year she announced she was filing for divorce from her husband of four years Lamar Odom and now she has confessed she’s still getting used to the change.

“By the time I hit that age I thought I would have kids and still be married,” she tells us. “But because that’s not the way it went, you can’t sit in a ball and cry. I had a husband, so I think there’s an adjustment period, which I don’t want to rush. Dating is so weird. But I’m happy – I moved into my new house, which is the first time I’ve owned a home on my own. It’s a big step and my brother lives with me – I’m so happy about that,” she says.

About his new home:

“I bought Justin Bieber’s house… He had like this nook under the stairs which I didn’t need so I covered it up. When I ran into him he was like ‘What did you do with the nook? I used to go in there and play video games.’ When I told him it was gone he was so upset, I didn’t think this 20-year-old boy would even care!” she laughs.

About relationship:

“I don’t crave sex. I talked about it more openly when I was married because it’s more comfortable. I crave companionship – I just want to cuddle. I got married at 25 – I was young, but I loved it. I do like it when you save certain things for your marriage. I don’t think you should treat every guy you’re dating like your husband. It doesn’t make it special.”

And while those Kardashian girls play hard, they work hard too – trust us, trying to get time in their schedule is virtually impossible they’re so busy. But for her, working hard is about so much more than money.

“When I first got married some of my girlfriends said, ‘You never have to work now – you married a basketball player’. But I don’t care if you marry someone who works at the grocery store or someone who is a director of a company, everyone should have their own identity. It’s not about numbers.”

The February 2015 issue of Cosmopolitan is on sale 2nd January

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