Khloé Kardashian Says COVID-19 Pandemic Delayed Her Plans to Have More Kids
Khloé Kardashian, the doting mother of True Thompson, has revealed that she wants to give her little one a sibling. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic put these plans on hold.
Fans have been kept very informed about Khloé Kardashian's motherhood journey, including the reality star's decision to freeze her eggs and her real views on surrogacy.
After seeing True play alone during all of the isolation, Kardashian, who shares the two-year-old with basketball player Tristan Thompson, has been open on her desire to give her a brother or sister.
Tristan has conveyed his support as well. However, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star is now giving fans an inside look at what her fertility treatments were actually like.
"We realized that my eggs aren't strong enough to be frozen."
The star told host Sarah Hyland and ob-gyn, Dr. Sherry Ross, that her eggs needed to be immediately mixed with sperm in order for embryos to form, so she had actually created embryos.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused her to evaluate her priorities.
According to Kardashian, finding help with fertility is very hard during COVID-19. She planned to have children of roughly the same age, but due to COVID-19, she got her plan delayed for a bit.
"I think it's such a blessing — especially during these times — to have a family member or people that you can play with and rely on and just have a buddy through life," she said.
The upcoming final season of the hit reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" teases Kardashian and the NBA star talking about the idea of having another child together.
Kardashian, who is involved in the retail and fashion industries with her sisters Kourtney and Kim, always hoped to raise a large family, but the COVID-19 pandemic caused her to evaluate her priorities.
It is fortunate for her that she has that option, but she needs to be aggressive about protecting her fertility, as well as her own self-protection, the singer explained.