Khloe Kardashian made the news a few months ago in February for her breakup with professional basketball player Tristan Thompson. This happened after the news of Tristan cheating on her with Kylie Jenner’s best friend Jordyn Woods came up. This had left Khloe Kardashian’s fans furious and fans were shocked to hear the news. However, looks like he might just want her back. He went out of his way to win over Khloe in a recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians and gifted her a diamond necklace and a promise ring.
Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson have a 1-year-old daughter together, named True. In Keeping Up With The Kardashians, we see Khloe along with her friends Khadijah and Malika Haqq, arrive at a hotel in Connecticut, and see a gift box on the bed, which contains a diamond necklace. Her friends shared that Tristan had reached out to them to help Khloe get this gift, and they agreed. Khloe was pleased but also said that she was conflicted about whether she should keep it or not. She added that she wanted to make sure that there were no expectations. She said, “It's the sweetest kindest gesture, but that still doesn't mean, 'OK, a necklace is just gonna fix everything.'” The night before Khloe’s 35th birthday, Tristan again surprised the reality star with a diamond ring. ALSO READ: Khloe Kardashian Is A Keto Fan; The Reality TV Star Is All Set To Gorge On Some Keto Pizza
Khloe could be seen talking to Scott Disick and explained how Tristan gave it to her by saying “This is a promise ring,” to which she replied, “'Promise to be nice to me as True's mom.” She then said that while she appreciated it, she couldn’t accept it. The ring also came with a card written by Tristan and Khloe said, “It was the nicest, longest card and it was in his bad handwriting, which is what I wanted. Something tangible that I can keep."
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