Khloe Kardashian is speaking up about her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson and why she tried to work things out despite several cheating allegations.
On Wednesday, the reality star and apparel tycoon sat down for an interview with Robin Roberts for The Kardashians: An ABC News Special, in which she reflected on her difficult relationship with the NBA star.
“I believe at the end of the day, we all just want to be happy,” Khloe remarked. “We all want to be happy and feel secure.
In the beginning, I felt extremely safe with Tristan. For a while, I felt fantastic.”
True Thompson was born to Khloe and Tristan on April 12, 2018, amid a high-profile infidelity controversy. She did say, though, that she was glad he was there to greet their baby together, so they would have some nice memories to look back on.
“I recall him cheating on me right before I gave birth and allowing me to keep him in the delivery room. So, while it may have appeared unusual to the outside world when my kid watches my home films, they will be as pure and beautiful as I could make them.”
Khloe continued, “I still think he’s a terrific guy and a great dad.” “He’s not the right guy for me.”
Khloe is open to dating, according to a source told ET last month, and has the support of her sisters, Kim and Kourtney.
“Khloe is in the best physical shape she’s had in a long time. She’s considering getting back out there and dating again, but her main priority right now is to stay on track and focus on True “the source was made public.
“Kim and Kourtney have been pushing and urging her to get back into dating, but Khloe isn’t ready for that level of commitment right now.”
Khloe appeared to cut off her on-again, off-again relationship with Tristan after Tristan admitted to fathering a kid with Maralee Nichols while he and Khloe were still together.
“She’s finally come to the conclusion that she doesn’t want him back and has no ill feelings toward him. Because he is True’s father, she naturally wants to keep him in her and True’s lives “the source was made public.
“She doesn’t want to deprive Tristan of the experience of fatherhood, and she wants True to grow up with both parents’ love and commitment,” she says.
“At this point, their co-parenting relationship is fairly balanced,” the source stated. “Khloe wants things to stay friendly between them and for their dynamic to be healthy with appropriate boundaries,” she says.
On the family’s new Hulu reality series, The Kardashians, which premieres April 14, Khloe will discuss their difficult split and Tristan’s paternity controversy.