It all began in May after it was revealed that both she and her ex-boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, had been quarantining with their daughter, True, and getting on very well.
Khloé posted a series of tweets at the time that looked to address the rumors but did not deny them either.
Last Sunday, Khloé then shared a series of Instagram videos from what looked to be a baby shower.
Now finally, Khloé has finally addressed the rumors, explaining that while she was celebrating a baby shower — it was definitely not hers.
Khloé revealed that the shower was for a friend of hers when asked by SiriusXM hosts about the Instagram posts and whether she was expecting another baby.
“We threw a baby shower, and it was such a weird time to do that right now,” she said. “Everyone wore these face shields and masks, and we had to be 6 feet apart through the whole shower. It was so strange but still great that we were able to celebrate.”
While Khloé went on to say that the thought of having more kids becomes more tempting as True grows up, she does add how she is not ready for the teenager phase.
“I sort of wish [to have more kids] now that she’s 2, and she’s getting so big and it goes so quickly,” she said. “I get why people keep having kids now, but then they just all turn into teenagers.”
When questioned about whether more children were on the horizon, Khloé said she would be “content” either way.
“I don’t think I could handle the amount of kids my mom had, but I love kids,” she shared. “I love my nieces and nephews. I just love children, so I definitely would. It’s in God’s hands. I’m not sure.”
“I think with the state of the world, everything scares me more,” she went on. “I’m totally content with True. And if all I ever have is True, then she’s fulfilled everything I’ve ever dreamt of and wanted.”
“She’s so perfect. I know that’s a lot of pressure to put on her, but to me she is,” Khloé added. “So if I have another one, what a blessing. But if not, fine.”
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.