Khloe Kardashian Steps Out for Lunch With Tristan Thompson After Cheating Scandal

Toby Graves
May 10, 2018

An insider confirmed to Us Weekly that the pair are "fully back together" following the scandal.

Now, however, TMZ's sources say Kardashian is staying in Cleveland while Thompson travels for National Basketball Association playoffs, while an inside source told Us Weekly the two are "fully back together". News Monday. "Although she is crushed by the scandal, Khloe desperately wants things to work and wants to have a complete family".

"You'll never hear the girls say anything negative about Tristan publicly".

Recall, Khloe Kardashian knew about the affair of the beloved on the eve of the birth of their first child. The 33-year-old new mum is seen here, in exclusive photos published here by DailyMail. Many attribute this to the betrayal of Tristan. "They were spotted having a miserable lunch Friday with friends", Williams explained at the top of the show.

Our source confirms that even though the Keeping Up With the Kardashian star has seen all of the photos and videos, she feels "the whole world is against Tristan".

"She ate very healthy during her pregnancy and she's continuing to be mindful of her nutrition and food intake now", the source shares. Adding that "No one in her world is supporting Tristan and she's still in love with him".

"He's willing to walk away, but Khloe's desperate to work this out, so Tristan's in the driving seat right now", the source also reportedly said. "It was snowing and she was all nestled in the nursery and the baby and she's just concentrating on that".

On the other hand, Khloe's fans are disappointed that she chose to stay with Thompson, and they are making their thoughts heard on Twitter.

Kardashian has yet to comment on Thompson's infidelity, which may or may not be saved for the forthcoming season of her hit reality television series. I'm there to support my kids no matter what happens. She showed off her post-baby body in skin tight leggings and black Yeezy kicks.

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