The reality star reacts to rumors and speculation about her pregnancy plans.
It's no secret that Khloe Kardashian and her husband Lamar Odom want babies. Their fertility troubles have been well-documented in the slew of Kardashian reality shows on E!, so it comes as no surprise that Khloe is speaking out against false rumors surrounding her womb, reports People.
"Lamar and I do want kids and it will happen when it's in God's plan to happen," Khloe said on CBS's The Talk yesterday when asked about the rumor she recently had a miscarriage. It’s Baby Talk For Khloe Kardashian And Lamar Odom
The couple's relationship has been closely documented from its start, with the two meeting, falling in love, and getting married in a matter of months. Their candid openness has given the public a look at the couple's marriage, including their attempts to get pregnant, Khloe's trips to her doctor for tests, and the couple's honest discussion about wanting a baby.
Because it's all out in the open with Khloe and Lamar, Khloe told the women of The Talk that she would be honest about having fertility treatments because it's such a common issue for women. 3 Ways To Overcome The Stress Of Infertility
"If I was having fertility treatments I would share it with the world. It's so hurtful and discouraging to women needing fertility treatments," she said.
And what about her husband's recent trade from the LA Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks, their move to Texas, and now their move back to LA?
"With the trade—moving back and forth—there is a reason we don't have a newborn baby right now," she explained.
We admire Khloe's positive mentality when it comes to such a sensitive and personal topic, but we hope they get the baby they want soon! Khloe Kardashian & Lamar Odom Trying For Twins
Tell us: what do you think about Khloe being so open with her fertility problems?
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