Kardashian Family Supportive Of Khloe Kardashian As Her Ex Tristan Thompson Moves In With Her - Reports

The latest reports suggest that the KarJenner family is okay with Khloe Kardashian and her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson living together as long as the basketball player stays loyal to her and keeps her happy.

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Kardashian Family Supportive Of Khloe Kardashian As Her Ex Tristan Thompson Moves In With Her - Reports
Tristan Thompson moved in with Khloe Kardashian to stay near to their baby True Thompson in times of quarantine amidst Coronavirus scare. After the cheating scandal, Tristan and Khloe have come a long way in terms of the bond they share as co-parents of their daughter True. Now, that they are living together, rumours had it that they are using this time to rekindle their love. Further, the latest reports suggest that KarJenner family is completely okay with them living together.

A report in Hollywoodlife suggests that K-Clan is fine with Tristan moving in with Khloe as long as he stays loyal and keeps her happy. A source close to both the stars has been quoted saying, "They are supportive of whatever works for Khloe and True and they’re all for her spending time with Tristan, so long as he’s good and loyal to her. They all do really love Tristan." The source further added, "They’ll be there for her with whatever she needs. Khloe seems to be really happy right now with the progress she’s made with Tristan, both as co-parents and within themselves. And if Khloe’s happy, that’s really all that matters."

While rumours of them rekindling their love are often making it to the headlines, the source says that Khloe is very clear that she does not want to get back with Tristan at this time. "There are feelings of love there, but they are not romantically involved at all at this point," says the source. 







Image Source: Instagram/realtristan13/khloekardashian

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