“It’s So Weird”: Khloe Kardashian Reveals Her Birthing Plan In New Interview
She also spoke about the moment she found out she was pregnant AND who she told.
Since confirming her pregnancy, Khloe Kardashian has been very open about what it’s like to be an expectant mother for the first time.
Speaking on the Jimmy Kimmel show last night, the 33-year-old revealed everything from the moment she found out she was pregnant, who she told, and what her plans are for the birth.
She began by explaining that her boyfriend, Tristan, was the first person she rang when she discovered the news because he wasn’t in the country. She’d been feeling unwell for a while, and he kept saying, “You’re pregnant,” but she’d said, “Be quiet. I’m not pregnant.”
“He had to leave the country,” she explained, “and I took a pregnancy test. I was like screaming! It’s so weird and surreal.” Khloe added that she had to ask her assistant, Alexa, to buy the test for her in the first place so as not to arouse suspicion. “So it was Alexa, Tristan and I who were the only ones who knew for a few weeks.”
The reality star also revealed her plans to give birth in Cleveland, Ohio, where Tristan plays professional basketball for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Jimmy questioned whether he would miss a game to be in the delivery room with her, to which she replied, “Well I don’t know when I’m having the baby yet, it just kind of happens from what I hear.”
Jimmy then asked, “Have you said, ‘You better be in that room when the baby comes no matter what’s going on’ or is it up in the air?” He pointed out that a lot of athletes can’t be there due to game commitments. Khloe was shocked by this and said, “Hell, no. He HAS to be there!”
When asked if her momager, Kris Jenner, or sisters will be in the room for the birth, she admitted, “You know, I think I have to talk to Tristan about this. I know it’s overwhelming,” she said. “Whoever will annoy me the least. Whoever’s gonna be the calmest.”
Khloe is currently six months along and will give birth in the spring.
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