Khloe Kardashian is, allegedly, hiring a surrogate for her and Tristan Thompson’s second child.
But according to National Enquirer, one of her requirements is for her surrogate to be fashionable since Khloe Kardashian is committed to also looking her best.
The tabloid claimed that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has immersed herself in intense personal training, dieting, and cosmetic surgeries because she wants to always look her best.
“Khloe wants somebody who is the picture of health, beauty, and intelligence – the mirror image of herself,” the source said.
Khloe Kardashian wants more kids with Tristan Thompson
The insider also said that even though there’s still no confirmation that Kardashian and Thompson got back together, the recent reunion on the show is more than enough proof that they’re on.
In the episode, the reality TV star also expressed her desire to have another baby with Thompson but only if she can find a surrogate.
“Khloe’s all about looking perfect in everything she does. She wants to be able to show off her surrogate the same way she would her clothes, bags, and shoes,” the source said.
There has been a slew of pregnancy rumors surrounding Kardashian in recent months.
Khloe Kardashian pregnant with baby number two
A source also told the tabloid that Kardashian and Thompson have officially got back together. And they have been dating throughout the past year. As such, the next step in their relationship is to either tie the knot or have another baby.
“Khloe wants to have a small wedding after basketball season is over in early summer,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. There is no proof that Kardashian and Thompson have officially gotten back together because they haven’t confirmed anything.
And while it may be true that Kris Jenner’s third child wants more kids, it is unclear if Khloe Kardashian is planning to hire a surrogate or carry her baby herself.
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