Khloé Kardashian Already Knows What She Wants to Name Her Baby

Khloé Kardashian Already Knows What She Wants to Name Her Baby

Reality star Khloe Kardashian teased that she will be revealing the gender of her baby on the new season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians".

The 33-year-old appeared on The Ellen Show to promote the new season of her E! reality show, Revenge Body, and host Ellen DeGeneres asked her the hard-hitting questions on everyone's minds, including what she plans to name her first child. Ellen: "She's pregnant." Khloe: "Oh, I don't know what you're taking about". "You can go through hell and high water, and you can still come out and have a attractive positive happy life", she shared. We talk about it for sure. "What's meant to be will be".

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star told fans on Instagram she used her hair and makeup to distract from her tummy. I can tell Kylie's pregnant.

"At the beginning, the first trimester is the worst, and no one knows you're pregnant yet and you feel the most uncomfortable, "Kardashian explained".

Speaking about how people used to compare her weight to her sisters", Khloé continued to People: "Being compared to my sisters is something I was used to - but being compared in such a harsh way I just thought, "OK, that's my role".

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Khloe recently ended the speculation about her own baby plans, revealing she is carrying boyfriend Tristan Thompson's child - but gossip about Kylie, sparked at the end of past year (17), remains a mystery. "I think [the name will begin with] a "K" or a 'T"'.

Ellen then proceeded to ask why Kylie didn't appear on the family Christmas vehicle. And Kylie Jenner had yet to confirm whether she's pregnant with rapper Travis Scott. "I don't know. You gotta ask Kylie", Khloe said.

"Gosh, just having a family [is the most unexpected gift]", she gushed.

Meanwhile, the Good American pioneer recently celebrated her sixth month of pregnancy.

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