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Pagesix.com: Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson broke up a few weeks ago, friends of the former couple exclusively revealed to Page Six.
“They’re getting along. There is no drama,” a source said, adding that “everything is amicable, and they are on the same page with co-parenting.”
Kardashian, 36, and Thompson, 30, are parents to 3-year-old daughter True.
According to our source, the couple split shortly after Instagram model Sydney Chase claimed during an April interview that she hooked up with the NBA player in the fall.
The news of their breakup comes after reports that Thompson was allegedly spotted entering a room with three women at a Bel Air birthday party on Friday and emerged 30 minutes later looking “disheveled” — just one day after dining with Kardashian and True.
“Tristan took off into one of the party rooms where everyone goes to hook up,” an insider claimed to Daily Mail. “He was with three women and another guy. One of the girls he was with is a regular partier — she’s always out and about at parties.”
The source continued, “The other girls have just started going out with this group. He did this in front of about 30 people so you could hear people talking.”
The insider claimed that Thompson stayed in the room with the door closed for at least 30 minutes before reemerging.
“When he arrived, his shirt looked all pressed and when he came out his shirt was a mess, he looked disheveled,” the source claimed, adding, “He continued to party for about another hour and then he left the party at about 4 a.m. with his entourage.”
The source also claimed that Thompson was having a blast as soon as he arrived at the party and wasted no time before flirting it up with one of the ladies he allegedly brought her into the private room.
“He immediately beelined to the bar where there were tons of girls; we could hear him yelling let’s do shots!” the source alleged. “He was having a blast – he was actually laughing and simultaneously taking shots and drinking straight out of a bottle of champagne.”
The insider claimed, “He was repeatedly grabbing this one girl’s butt so we all knew he was totally into her.”
One of the women is allegedly an aspiring singer from Florida while another is a California native in the beauty industry and the third is a mystery woman, who wore a pink dress.
According to the outlet, the festivities were in celebration of Drake’s security guard and good pal Chubbs and was attended by the rapper as well as Diddy, Swae Lee and Chris Brown.
Reps for Kardashian and Thompson did not immediately respond to our requests for comment, but shortly after the Daily Mail story was published, Thompson tweeted six cap emojis, which in modern slang could stand for “lying.”
The athlete has a history with being unfaithful to the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star, and this isn’t their first bump in the road.
Psalm West’s Construction-Themed 2nd Birthday Party Was a Total Blast — See Photos & video!
Happy birthday, Psalm West! Kim Kardashian‘s youngest son turned 2 years old on Sunday, May 9 — and of course, the entire Kardashian-Jenner family got together to celebrate.
The tiny tot, while rocking an orange reflective vest, enjoyed a fun piñata game with friends and family amid his construction site-themed bash one day before his birthday on Saturday, May 8.
His cousins were in attendance, including Khloé Kardashian‘s daughter, True Thompson, and Rob Kardashian‘s daughter, Dream. The group of kiddos, including older bro Saint West, also enjoyed playing in a bouncy house during the party.
The two adjacent residences, which are still under construction, together total more than 26,000 square feet of living space.
By now, most avid real estate watchers already know that Khloé Kardashian and Kris Jenner recently acquired side-by-side homes in the longtime Kardashian family seat of Hidden Hills, a guard-gated community deep out in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley. What has remained unclear, however, is how much the mother-daughter duo paid for their new mansions, both of which are still under construction.
But records have finally updated, revealing the purchase price of both properties — and it’s a lot. Khloe’s new estate ran her $17 million, while Kris Jenner’s somewhat larger home cost exactly $20 million, for a palpitation-inducing grand total of $37 million.
Per X17 Online, the momager’s mansion is larger than her daughter’s, weighing in at somewhere just north of 16,000 square feet of living space. Khloé’s smaller place, while closer to 10,000 square feet, is still huge by most any standard. Most amenities remain unclear, but both lavish properties will have oversized swimming pools with cabanas, naturally, and both are designed in the ever-trendy modern farmhouse architectural style.
It’s also certainly worth noting that neither property appears to carry a mortgage, at least for the moment. But the Kardashians are making more money than ever before — Khloé, whose Good American apparel brand has performed well since its 2019 launch, recently sold her “starter” mansion for $15 million, more than double her 2014 purchase price and the most ever paid for a Calabasas home.
And Kris, who according to Forbes personally raked in $60 million when Kylie Jenner sold a majority stake in her cosmetics company, also recently dumped her old Hidden Hills home, once featured in Architectural Digest, for $15 million — significantly above the $10 million she initially paid for the place.
The new properties are in a particular neighborhood pocket often considered to be the most exclusive section of Hidden Hills. Some of their nearest neighbors include financial heavy hitters like Jeffree Star, Vin Scully, French Montana, Lori Loughlin and Howie Mandel.
Celebrities That Live in Hidden Hills California
Where Is Hidden Hills California on a map?
Hidden Hills is located in Los Angeles County, adjacent to Calabasas and west of the San Fernando Valley. It is an extremely quaint and low-key area with only just about 506 families residing in the area for a total of fewer than 2000 residents. It is home to primarily married couples with the largest age demographic being in the 45 – 65-year-old range.
For those of you who have asked us ‘where is Calabasas California on a map?’ – you can see that it is just south of Hidden Hills, only divided by the 101 Ventura Freeway. Calabasas is also home to a ton of celebs, mainly in the exclusive community called The Oaks.
Is Hidden Hills a Gated Community?
This is more like a gated TOWN because ironically enough, the entire city of Hidden Hills is literally—a gated community. Hence the name. In fact, approximately 95% of it is situated behind a gate. Just one more reason so many celebrities flock to buy up real estate there.
The security checkpoint before entering Hidden Hills.
Khloé Kardashian on Saturday thanked President Joe Biden on social media for being the first US president to officially recognize the massacre of Armenians under the Ottoman Empire as a genocide.
“Thank you for honoring the stories, the pain, suffering and loss of the Armenian people,” the reality TV star and entrepreneur of Armenian descent wrote on Instagram. “Today we honor our ancestors on Armenian Remembrance Day.”
Biden, risking a potential fracture with longtime regional ally and NATO partner Turkey, issued a statement marking the 106th anniversary of the start of the massacre.
“Each year on this day, we remember the lives of all those who died in the Ottoman-era Armenian genocide and recommit ourselves to preventing such an atrocity from ever again occurring,” Biden said in his statement, a copy of which Kardashian posted to her Instagram story.
“Today, as we mourn what was lost, let us also turn our eyes to the future — toward the world that we wish to build for our children. A world unstained by the daily evils of bigotry and intolerance, where human rights are respected, and where all people are able to pursue their lives in dignity and security,” Biden said.
“Let us renew our shared resolve to prevent future atrocities from occurring anywhere in the world. And let us pursue healing and reconciliation for all the people of the world.”
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Saturday said Ankara completely rejects Biden’s use of the term “genocide.”
“We are not going to take lessons about our history from anyone. Political opportunism is the biggest betrayal of peace and justice. We completely reject this statement that is only based on populism,” he said via Twitter.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Saturday offered condolences to “Ottoman Armenians, who lost their lives under the difficult circumstances of World War I.”
After Biden made his statement, the Turkish presidency’s communications director, Fahrettin Altun, issued a statement condemning his use of the term “genocide.”
“We absolutely reject the Biden administration’s labeling of the 1915 events as ‘genocide’ and do not accept it,” according to the statement, which added, “It is wrong and damaging to label the 1915 events as anything but a tragedy.”
Members of the Armenian diaspora in the US, including celebrities like Cher and Kardashian’s sister Kim, have been outspoken in calling for official recognition of the massacre.
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star who is part of the famous Kardashian-Jenner clan also posted photos of her 2015 visit to the Tsitsernakaberd Armenian Genocide Memorial in Yerevan.
“In 1915, Over 1.5 million Armenians were slaughtered and tortured,” Khloé Kardashian wrote. “Thank you President Biden for recognizing the genocide that happened 106 years ago.”
The number of Armenians killed has been in dispute. Estimates range from 300,000 to 2 million deaths between 1914 and 1923, with not all the victims in the Ottoman Empire. But most estimates — including one of 800,000 between 1915 and 1918, made by Ottoman authorities themselves — fall between 600,000 and 1.5 million.
Whether due to killings or forced deportation, the number of Armenians living in Turkey fell from 2 million in 1914 to under 400,000 by 1922.
The government of Turkey has registered complaints when foreign governments have described the event, which began in 1915, as a “genocide.” Turkey maintains that it was wartime and there were losses on both sides. The Turkish government puts the Armenian death toll at 300,000.
ICYMI, Khloé Kardashian caused some conversation earlier this month after a supposedly unretouched photo of the reality star in a bikini leaked online.
The photo was apparently posted without Khloé’s consent, and the Kardashians’ legal and PR team immediately embarked on a mission to have it completely scrubbed from the internet.
Chief marketing officer for KKW Brands, Tracy Romulus, told Page Six that the photo had been taken at a “private family gathering” and posted “without permission by mistake by an assistant.”
“Khloé looks beautiful but it is within the right of the copyright owner to not want an image not intended to be published taken down,” she said.
Days later, Khloé posted a series of photos and videos on Instagram in an attempt to “prove” what her body looks like “without photoshop” alongside a message reflecting on the “impossible standards” set for her by the public.
“You never quite get used to being judged and pulled apart and told how unattractive one is,” Khloé wrote. “But I will say, if you hear anything enough then you start to believe it. This is an example of how I have been conditioned to feel, that I am not beautiful enough just being me.”
Of course, the situation caused a commotion online, and on Tuesday, one more person added their voice to the conversation: the Kardashians’ longtime friend, Chrissy Teigen.
Speaking to Andy Cohen during an interview on Watch What Happens Live, Chrissy said she felt “a million different ways” about the whole thing, even admitting that she had spoken about it to her therapist.
I actually ended up talking about it in therapy, oddly enough, because of my own body insecurity issues and what celebrities have done to people in distorting their image of what a real human body looks like,” Chrissy said.
She went on to call the Khloé situation “frustrating.”
“I look at Khloé, and I’m like, ‘Of course, you’re so beautiful. You’re so strong,'” Chrissy said. “The change that she’s made to her body, she’s so proud of, and everybody is so proud of, and you want someone to be like, ‘Fuck yeah, this is my body,’ in any light.”
However, she added that she also believes in the notion that everybody has the right to control the way they wish to be seen by others.
“If she didn’t want that photo to be out, she didn’t want that photo to be out, and that’s fine too,” Chrissy said.
“I think there can be two truths,” she went on. “And I think the internet often forgets there’s two truths in things. They can’t possibly believe that someone would not want this photo out, but also be proud of that photo.”
“If something like that had happened to me, I would want people to know that this is a strong, powerful photo of myself, and I’m proud of it,” Chrissy said.
She went on to open up about her own “terrible” body image issues, saying she makes a conscious effort to help other people feel better about their bodies.
“It’ll go down in history, the negative things I have thought of myself when I should have thought of myself as more powerful,” Chrissy admitted.
She continued: “It’s something I try to work through every day, and it’s the industry I’ve been in for so long. All you can do is hope for other people to not have to go through this.”
“I’m willing to go through this bullshit, and to show off my body in any way I can, for other people to feel better about theirs,” she concluded.
List of investors includes award-winning actors, musicians, athletes and entrepreneurs.
ZenWTR®, a premium alkaline water packaged in a bottle made from 100% recycled, certified ocean-bound plastic, celebrates Earth Month with the announcement of a star-studded backing. As sustainability becomes a mainstream desire now more than ever, these names are putting a stake in ZenWTR’s mission to help restore the world’s oceans and reduce the amount of plastic polluting coastal environments.
The renowned list of investors includes award-winning actors, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Zoe Saldana; leading musical artists, 2 Chainz, Ellie Goulding, Juicy J and Lil Jon; renowned athletes, Julio Jones and Tristan Thompson; and celebrity entrepreneurs, Khloé Kardashian, Paris Hilton and Erin and Sara Foster.
Founded by serial beverage entrepreneur, Lance Collins, every 1L bottle of ZenWTR is made using up to five certified ocean-bound plastic bottles, preventing them from reaching and polluting our oceans. In addition, 1% of total company sales goes directly to charities and organizations dedicated to protecting the world’s oceans and marine environments as well as recycling education and advocacy.
Ocean-bound plastic is defined as plastic found on coastlines and waterways that feed into the ocean in a country or region lacking waste management infrastructure and collection incentives. Working with OceanCycle, an independent third-party organization that certifies the source of plastic and the conditions under which it is collected, ZenWTR is on track to achieve its mission of rescuing more than 50 million pounds of ocean-bound plastic by 2025.
Vapor-distilled and ionized to reach an alkaline pH of 9.5, ZenWTR is the perfect choice for crisp, pure water, delivered in a 100% recyclable package – and just by choosing ZenWTR, you are helping to prevent future ocean pollution. ZenWTR is available in preferred sizes such as 1.5L, 1L, 700ml sports cap and 500ml at leading retailers across the country including Albertsons Companies’ banners, ExtraMile, Kroger banners, QuikTrip, Sprouts Farmers Market, Target, Wawa, Whole Foods Market and more, as well as directly on www.zenwtr.com.
When it comes to where things stand between Basketball Wives star Liza Morales and her former longtime partner Lamar Odom, she says their relationship after the heartbreak, health struggles and his engagements and marriages is “nonexistent.”
“The kids are older so it’s not that we need to co-parent,” she told Wendy Williams recently. “We don’t need to speak. The kids have their phones, they can speak to him whenever they want.”
The pair, who share two adult children in Destiny, 23, and Lamar Odom Jr., 19 (and late son Jayden) were together for 10 years on and off and knew each other since they were 16. Things fell apart for them when their son Jayden passed in 2006 and they broke up. She suffered from depression on and off after that, including at the time when he informed her in 2009 that he was marrying Khloe Kardashian.
“That was very difficult. Around that time I was dealing with depression and then I get a text message from him and the text message was like, ‘I’m getting married,’” she said. “I knew he was seeing her because they were all over the blogs and all over the websites. And obviously, I was devastated. We were not together but obviously, I deserve more than a text message.”
What also made things hard was the fact that it thrust not only Odom but his kids into the spotlight.
“They were really young, really impressionable ages. That’s when social media was picking up and the pressure. That was a lot on the kids,” she said. “My daughter was diagnosed with depression early on as a teenager. Just the pressure and constantly being out there and the paparazzi. A whole new life we didn’t ask for.”
If you’ve been tuning into Basketball Wives Season 9, you know that Morales often mentions her ex and their struggles to communicate about their son LJ’s college money. While her co-stars think she won’t let herself move on from him, Morales made it clear to Williams that the only thing she wants for or from Odom is for him to get his life together for the sake of their kids, who have an “up and down” relationship with him.
“I just want him to get right,” she said. “One in five people deal with mental health issues. I just want him to get right. I want him to get behind the action, not just the talk. And I want him to have a good relationship with his kids. I’ve always supported that.”
As the the Keeping Up With Kardashians star launches her latest wellness venture into the UK, she tells Joanna Taylor how she plans to live life off camera now the show is over.
After 20 seasons and fourteen years, Keeping Up With the Kardashians is finally coming to an end.
Responsible for the return of bodycon, the normalisation of the selfie and the fetishisation of the hyper-hourglass silhouette, the family’s impact on society is no small thing. But without a film crew tracking their every move, what’s next for this cluster of social media savvy self-made millionaires? We caught up with Khloe Kardashian to find out what she’s up to.
“I wouldn’t say I ever considered quitting”, she tells me from her home in LA. The third of the four Kardashian children and the youngest sister, she says that it will be difficult to say goodbye to the programme.
“Filming KUWTK was such an amazing experience and I’m so sad to see it come to an end.”
But becoming a mother to True has altered her priorities, she admits.
“After having True I had to learn to balance my time more because when it comes to my baby, she is the most important person who deserves my attention. It was really just all about me learning to set more boundaries, manage my time, so I could still give her the attention she deserves.”
Now, Kardashian has a fresh outlook on life. “When you’re pregnant, you start thinking about ways to better the world and yourself. I started caring about the environment more than ever before, and becoming a mum makes you really want the best for your children and the world they live in.” With 132 million Instagram followers watching her every move, body positivity is a big part of the equation for Kardashian. “I don’t want my daughter or her cousins to grow up thinking that you have to do this or eat that to look a certain way.”
Thrilled with motherhood, Kardashian says the experience is “the most rewarding and beautiful gift you could ever receive.” Though, it hasn’t all been smooth sailing. Postpartum hair loss proved stressful for Kardashian, who struggled to find a solution that didn’t involve pumping her body with additives.
Enter: her next business opportunity, Dose & Co, launching tomorrow in Holland and Barrett.
“I was experiencing postpartum hair loss and had heard so many amazing things about collagen, but once I started researching I was disappointed with how many artificial additives and fillers there are in so many collagens.”
Kardashian came across Dose & Co, founded by nutritionist Libby Matthews and the pair soon partnered on a global distribution plan. “We bonded over our pregnancies”, says Kardashian, “and I loved how clean, simple and accessible the products are. It’s done amazing things for my hair, skin and nails. I’ve seen such a huge difference in their overall health, and I think it’s really true that it all works from the inside out.”
Join Good American founders Khloe Kardashian and Emma Grede in conversation to celebrate Mothers day.
Together Khloe and Emma will discuss what motherhood means to them, share wisdom that has been passed onto them and how they built a brand who are dedicated to offering style, substance and quality in every size.
In Conversation with Good American Founders Khloe Kardashian & Emma Grede by Selfridges Mother’s Day Events Program
Kim Kardashian West, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, and Kris Jenner have filed a trademark request for a greetings card company named Kardashian Kards.
According to documents viewed by PEOPLE, Kim Kardashian West, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kris Jenner filed trademark documents with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the brand name “Kardashian Kards” on February 22, 2021.
According to the filing, the brand may sell items including “greeting cards, calendars, decals, photographs, photo albums, pictures, posters, postcards, scrapbooks, stationery, paper, notebooks, stickers and transfers, writing utensils, erasers, bookmarks and paper gift wrap.”
The 36-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star joined boyfriend Tristan Thompson on Tuesday evening in Boston, where the basketball player, 29, is preparing to take the court with his new team, the Boston Celtics.
The couple headed to Zuma restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street for a low-key dinner, which was documented by cameras.
As they entered the contemporary Japanese restaurant, Kardashian and Thompson both wore masks, a fellow diner tells PEOPLE. Along with a third person, the pair came in single-file through the main entrance and headed to the glass-enclosed private dining room in the back of the restaurant, behind the chef’s kitchen. There was also a production crew of three people.
For the evening out, Thompson sported a full grey sweatsuit. Kardashian also kept it casual, wearing a thick knitted hat with a pom-pom on top.
Thompson, who shares 2½-year-old daughter True with Kardashian, has frequented Zuma since he arrived in Boston, including Sunday evening. Last week, Thompson enjoyed brunch at the restaurant, where he was seen enjoying mimosas.
Thompson has been getting a taste of Boston’s dining scene since arriving last month. He’s been spotted multiple times at Arya Trattoria in the Italian North End, and popped by Strega, also in the North End, to say hello to owner Nick Varano earlier this month.
In November, it was announced that the NBA star had signed a deal to play with the Boston Celtics after playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers for nine seasons.
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.”
Pink diamond lights up a room with hues of soft, romantic pink and nuances of sheer sensuality.
Like the explosive shine of a diamond, the fragrance opens with pure luminosity and freshness that is faceted with accords of morning dew and beaming Italian bergamot. A sparkling pink puff violet accord glimmers and reflects with crystal-like transparency.