Despite everything that has happened between Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson, HollywoodLife has discovered that they are in a “very good place” and that Khloe refuses to “carry a grudge.”
You’d think that after the number of times Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson have broken up, there would be more hostility between them. In truth, they had split up again just hours after Khloe, 37, claimed on the Keeping Up with the Kardashians finale that she and Tristan, 30, were back together. Despite this, a KarJenner source tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that the two are “in a really good place right now,” with KoKo to thank.
The insider told HollywoodLife, “They’re totally cordial, and they talk, text, etc. all the time.” “It took some time to mend their relationship, but in all honesty, Khloe has a golden heart and doesn’t have the time or energy to keep grudges.” In addition, Khloe and Tristan’s baby True Thompson is a big reason why Khloe worked so hard to get over her loss. Khloe “understands that having a good relationship with True’s father is in True’s best interests.”
True “truly is a daddy’s girl,” according to the insider, “so Khloe feels like having any bad blood with Tristan would do more harm than good, and that’s not what she’s about.” She made a conscious decision to let go of any bitterness or hurt, and she always attempts to make the best of any situation.”
Despite their relationship’s ups and downs, Tristan and Khloe have been able to successfully co-parent their children. The two were spotted taking a True to dance session at the end of August.
Khloe wore a tight white blouse with a pair of high-waisted “mom jeans” (appropriate, given that she is a mother). True wore a pink athletic attire, while Tristan wore black shorts with a matching t-shirt.
Khloe recently had to deal with some trolls who slammed her for hanging out with Tristan at LeBron James’s wife, Savannah James’s, surprise birthday party. Khloe and Tristan (who played for the Cleveland Cavaliers alongside LeBron) were among the guests, prompting some to gossip about her.
“HA! “Some of you truly just make something up and swear it’s the truth as if you know what’s going on,” she tweeted late on August 28. “Never is the truth good enough… or juicy enough. So you make up a story to fit what you want to believe.”
She continued, “It’s so ancient at this point.” “It’s usually something about somebody fabricating stories about me and harassing me because of something THEY CREATED. Without any knowledge of the facts. It’s some strange nonsense.”