As the world patiently waits for Khloé Kardashian to introduce her newborn daughter to the world, more details surrounding the birth have been revealed.
As reported earlier, Koko’s family were by her side when she gave birth on Thursday morning.
Kris arrived to support her daughter on Wednesday, while Kim and Kourtney made a quick trip to see Khloé and meet the baby on Thursday.
Following the news of the birth Kris and Kourtney shared posts pertaining to the new addition.
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According to E! News, Khloé put her feelings of anger aside allowing Tristan in the room for the birth of his daughter.
She reportedly laboured for several hours before giving birth. Tristan was spotted leaving the hospital shortly after baby Thompson arrived.
A source told E! that while Khloé and Tristan are on bad terms their main concern right now is their new arrival.
Meanwhile, People reports that the 33-year-old has already forgiven her 27-year-old beau after her final days of pregnancy were rocked with rumours that he had been cheating on her.
A source told People: “Khloé is feeling nothing but happiness right now. She is head over heels in love with her little girl—she is just consumed with love. Absolutely nothing else matters. She’s basically already forgiven him.”
Filming Keeping Up With The Kardashians
According to Daily Mail, Khloé allowed cameras of her family reality TV show to capture her reaction to Tristan’s alleged cheating scandal as well as the arrival of her baby girl.
Kris, Kim, Kourtney and Khloé’s best friend Malika Haqq are reported to have also been in the delivery room.
Getting back to LA
According to People, Khloé is feeling happy and glad that the baby is healthy but is eager to get back to Los Angeles.
The new mom’s original plan was to spend the first few months with her newborn and Tristan in Cleveland, however due to recent events now wants to get back home ASAP.
“The goal is to get Khloé out of there as fast as they can without jeopardising the safety of the baby after she’s arrived. Khloé just wants to be home.”
But Koko will have to wait a couple of days. Air travel expert and editor at Airfare Watchdog, Tracy Stewart says: “Typically, the earliest you can fly with a newborn is when they’re two days old.”