Khloé Kardashian Has Given Birth, And Yes Tristan Thompson Was There

April 12, 2018 / Posted by:

I’m saying Tristan Thompson was there right off the bat, because anyone who had $20 on the name Keepthatcheaterawayfromme Kardashian shouldn’t have to wait to learn they just lost $20.

According to TMZ, 33-year-old Khloé Kardashian gave birth to a daughter this morning, less than 48 hours after the news broke that 27-year-old Tristan has been cheating on her. Khloé delivered at around 4am in a hospital just outside of Cleveland, and she was joined in the delivery room by Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, and Malika Haqq. Khloé’s family reportedly flew out yesterday after Khloé began experiencing some early contractions.

As mentioned above, her boyfriend of about a year-and-a-half was with her. I’m legitimately shocked he wasn’t forced to wait in the hallway, next to the vending machine, killing time trying to score two bags of Ruffles off one $1 bill, hoping the sound of chip crunching will drown out the lingering echo of booos. But according to TMZ, a “devastated” Khloé put her personal feelings aside and let Tristan be there to bond with his daughter. Or at least whatever bonding he’s able to do with the KUWTK camera crew surrounding them.

This is Khloé first child, and Tristan’s second.

Nothing else is known about the birth, like how mother and Camille are doing. TMZ also says there’s no name at the moment. Khloé revealed on Ellen back in January that she had a name picked out if it was a boy, but it’s a girl, and she wasn’t so sure about that. Call it a hunch, but whatever she eventually settles on probably won’t be Lani or Blair.

Pic: Instagram

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