Khloe Kardashian and her ex Tristan Thompson have welcomed their second child together.
On July 13th, seven months after their breakup, news broke that the on-again-off-again couple were expecting a boy.
“Khloé is extremely grateful to have such an extraordinary representative for such a beautiful blessing,” a Kardashian rep told Page Six at the time.
“We ask for your kindness and privacy so that Chloe can focus on her family,” the statement concluded.
The insider went on to say that Kardashian, 38, and Thompson, 31, are not back together and have not spoken about anything other than co-parenting their 4-year-old daughter True.
The “Kardashians” star met True in April 2018, a year after the athlete became a father to former Jordan Craig and now-5-year-old son Prince.
Kardashian and Thompson split in February 2019 following multiple cheating scandals, but reconciled the following year.
In court documents released nine months later, Thompson admitted to having sex with Maralie Nichols in March 2021.
“His entire declaration reads, ‘I slept with her,'” Kim Kardashian said in a June episode of the family’s Hulu show, which chronicled the December 2021 drama.
The Skims founder, 41, also noted that Nichols was pregnant with his son. [Khloé] i want a boy Is this girl giving birth to a boy now? The f-king random he sleeps with all night? fuck him!
Nichols gave birth to a son named Theo later that same month.
Kylie Jenner called Thompson “the worst person on the planet” and Kourtney Kardashian accused him of “endless betrayal.”
Khloe told Robin Roberts in April that Thompson was “not for” her, but she’s now dating a private equity investor.
Prior to their split, the former couple had been vocal about plans to give True a sibling.
In the February 2021 episode “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Khloe said, “I feel like it’s time to have another child.
“I think I’m ready to start the whole pregnancy over again,” former E! Personality added at that time. “This process can take some time. I have no idea. I want to be prepared.”
Four months later, Khloe told Andy Cohen that surrogacy “failed,” explaining that it was “a very tedious and difficult process.”