AceShowbiz - Khloe Kardashian seemingly has forgiven Tristan Thompson after his cheating scandal. A new report suggests that the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star is getting back together with the basketball player, with whom she shares her first daughter True.
"Khloe and Tristan are 100 percent back together," a source revealed to Radar Online. The source added that the pair, who broke up in early 2019 after he was caught kissing Kylie Jenner's best friend Jordyn Woods, are spending time together often recently.
"He spends the night there frequently when he is in town," the insider continued spilling about the Cleveland Cavaliers star, who travels the country for work.
However, it was said that Khloe didn't want everyone to know about their alleged reconciliation. "It's a secret because she knows how much everyone would judge her," the source shared. "But she loves him despite how sh***y he treated her."
This arrives after it was revealed on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" that Tristan gifted her a diamond necklace with the help from her best friend Malika and Khadijah Haqq. "Tristan reached out to see if we would help give Khloe this gift," Malika explained. "I think Khloe's priority is to have peace in her relationship with Tristan, and if this is one step of him showing her that he wants her to feel better…I think it's good!"
That was not the only expensive gift that Tristan gave her, apparently. Khloe told Scott Disick that Tristan gave her a promise ring as an early birthday gift. She said, "I'm like, 'I don't want a present from you. He's like…'please!' And then he gives me a card and he's like, 'I hope you accept this ring?' I'm like, 'NO NO NO NO NO NO NO!' And he's like. 'It's a promise ring.' I'm like, 'I really appreciate it, but I don't think I can accept it.' He's like, 'Just think about it.' "
While Scott pointed out that the jewelry "looks fully like an engagement ring," Khloe told him that it was the card that she'd "been waiting for forever." She went on sharing, "It's the nicest, longest card in his bad handwriting, which is what I wanted -- just something tangible I could keep. I go, this is a beautiful new you I'm seeing. I just don't want there to be any blurred lines."