AceShowbiz - Khloe Kardashian continued to prevent fans from catching a glimpse of her rumored baby bump when she stepped out in Calabasas, California on Tuesday afternoon, October 10. The youngest Karsashian sister was spotted covering her stomach with clothes on hangers to hide any sign of baby bump when she was leaving a studio.
Khloe also opted for a cover-up look during her outing, wearing a pair of loose dark pants while a long black draped her figure. The 33-year-old reality TV star teamed her low-key look with a pair of black-and-white slide sandals. She had her long blonde locks falling around her shoulders and shielded her eyes with black sunglasses.
The latest outing comes after Khloe revealed she's moved in with her boyfriend of around a year, Tristan Thompson. Taking to her Khloewithak blog, the Good American founder wrote, "Nobody says dating long distance is easy - I am so happy Tristan and I live together now! The extra miles can sometimes make many aspects frustrating."
"Things can get complicated - you might get sad and lonely at times. (Don't worry, BTW, that's totally normal!)" she continued. The "Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian" star also wrote, "However, being long distance also means you get to appreciate one another on a deeper level without the distractions of physical getting in the way."
Continuing giving fans some tips on long-distance relationship, she wrote, "And it makes simplest things - like holding hands, eating at the same table, feeling each other's touch, taking a walk together, smelling their hair - the sweetest when you're in the same city again," before dishing on how to keep things spicy in the bedroom.
"Teasing is good and healthy when you're long distance! Drop little hints about something you want to try in the bedroom next time you see them. It will give you both something to look forward to until you're together again!" she told her fans. "Watch your favorite TV show over Facetime or do something productive, like go for a run or organize your closets together," she added.