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Khloé Kardashian & Tristan Thompson: Baby Talk?
27 June 2017, 05:28 | Ruben Fields
Busty Khloe displayed her ample bust in the sexy dress
Khloé Kardashian has been talking publicly about her desire to marry current National Basketball Association beau Tristan Thompson for quite some time, but is it possible he already popped the question without us knowing? Now, sources reveal that Khloe is hoping for an engagement in the very near future as she is very happy and upbeat about what lies ahead for the couple.
Kardashian must have had an awesome time at the party, as she tweeted about all the fun the next day.
Fans immediately took to social media to ask Khloe Kardashian if she was pregnant with Tristan Thompson's baby.
Khloe had recently shown on a recent episode of KUWTK that she may have trouble conceiving, after Kim checked if she could be a potential surrogate for her and Kanye's next child. "He wants to have about five or six kids with me and that's lovely".
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What are your thoughts on Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson reportedly making plans for a wedding and a baby?
She said: "I am so happy for Khloe and Tristan".
Since Khloe Kardashian is from a big family herself, she knows how important siblings can be. They're a match. They're great friends. The sky's the limit to me when it comes to their relationship.
She danced like nobody was watching. while everybody was Snapchatting. Sometimes you recognise other people come from similar backgrounds that might work a little more closely to the way you were raised or the way you do things. "I've never had a surprise party in my life!"
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