AceShowbiz - Khloe Kardashian considers a surrogate after having pregnancy problems with Tristan Thompson, according to a new report. Life & Style (via OK!) is the first to say that the "Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian" star has been been trying for a baby with her beau for months, but it hasn't been easy.
Khloe is determined to get pregnant with her NBA star boyfriend naturally, a source has revealed to the publication. The 33-year-old reality TV star "has been trying to get pregnant with Tristan for more than four months," the insider says, "but so far, no luck."
Khloe's big sis Kim Kardashian is even said to have come to the rescue, as she's using a surrogate for her third child after two difficult pregnancies with her children, North and Saint. The source claims that the wife of Kanye West "has been pushing Khloe to hire a surrogate."
"Kim's been flooding Khloe with lots of information," the insider reveals, adding that the 36-year-old reality TV star already "gave Khloe a list of surrogate contacts." She "also has a team of lawyers, nutritionists and physicians keeping her surrogate healthy," the insider adds, "and she wants to put Khloe in touch with them."
But Khloe is reportedly not ready to give up on conceiving naturally yet. The source claims that the Good American co-owner "isn't even willing to discuss it with Kim," adding, "She is determined to get pregnant on her own."
It's been almost a year since Khloe and Tristan went public with their romance, and their relationship is still strong. Khloe revealed in a recent interview that her relationship with the 26-year-old athlete is the "best" she's "ever been in" and that she thought she would love to wed again following her failed marriage to Lamar Odom.
"I definitely want a family, but I don't feel any pressure," she admitted. "Tristan is a great dad and he definitely wants more children, but we both feel that it will happen when the time is right. We're still in a new relationship and I love us having time together." She added, "Once you have kids you can't get back your non-kid years."