Though Khloe Kardashian, 38, and Tristan Thompson’s son was born simply days in the past, the dad and mom have already labored out the custody association as they proceed to co-parent their child boy, who was born through surrogate on August 5. A supply near the pair spoke EXCLUSIVELY with HollywoodLife and revealed how they’re dealing with custody of their baby.
“Khloe and Tristan have agreed that Khloe could have sole authorized and bodily custody of their child full time. Nonetheless, Tristan is so excited to have welcomed a son as a result of he actually wished one other boy. Though Khloe could have full custody of the child, she’s very happy for Tristan to be current of their little one’s life as a lot as he needs,” one insider stated.
As followers are conscious, the Maintaining Up With the Kardashians star and the Cleveland Cavaliers player, 31, are already dad and mom to their lovable daughter True Thompson, 4. “Tristan already has such a detailed bond with True and he loves seeing how excited she is to have grow to be a giant sister.
After Tristan was noticed hanging with True on the identical day his child was being born, the pal defined, “Tristan and Khloe determined it will be higher to have Khloe be there within the hospital whereas the surrogate was giving delivery, and to have Tristan be again dwelling taking care of True. Khloe isn’t nervous whether or not or not Tristan decides to be there for his child, as a result of she has a village of help round her. However Tristan has positively taken an curiosity in being a really current father to his son and couldn’t be happier for the child.”
A second supply shared an replace on their co-parenting relationship, saying, “Tristan is taking each probability Khloe offers him to bond with the child, he’s a really proud dad. He has been making an attempt his finest persuade Khloe she ought to forgive him and they need to simply be a contented little household like they deliberate however Khloe is holding very agency boundaries. She’s very clear that she needs Tristan there for the children and that’s it, finish of story. And the great news is that he actually has stepped up, he’s been spending a ton of time with True which is so good for her.”
Mary Ellers is Wahu Times’s senior journalist covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Mary graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.