The holidays are tough enough as is, but things will be particularly complicated for Khloe Kardashian this year. There are conflicting reports about where the Keeping Up With The Kardashians mama will spend Thanksgiving, and truthfully, we can see the pros and cons of both outcome. It's a lot. So, let's dig in.
First, TMZ suggested that True's doting mom will be spending Turkey Day with her ... um ... with True's father Tristan Thompson. (Listen, we can't get into labels now: it's all too complicated.) Sources told the gossip site that Khloe will fly to Cleveland next week, so that she and her little one can celebrate the holiday with Thompson. TMZ also suggested that the couple is far from broken up, and isn't even on the rocks.
So, there's that rumor. And, it's not that hard to believe, considering that Tristan and Khloe spent Halloween together, by their little flamingo/butterfly's side.
But then, Us Weekly came out with another rumor from a different source. According to this source: "Khloe and Tristan continue to have a very, very fractured relationship. Khloe does seem to be doing her own thing and just isn’t happy in Cleveland."
The source added: "Khloe is planning on spending Thanksgiving Day in Los Angeles with her family. True will also be with her, of course. True is the absolute joy of her life. The only thing she is focused on is the well-being of her baby … Khloe could celebrate the holiday early with Tristan, but she isn’t making it a priority."
Ok, so if we take these two rumors, shake them up, and blend them together, we get this: Kardashian will spend Thanksgiving with her family, and Friendsgiving with Tristan. And our unsolicited opinion is, this is kind of shady in a delicious way. But, it's also perfect for True, who will get to celebrate with her whole family — and what's not to love about that?
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