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Khloe Kardashian to marry Tristan Thompson?

by Hanna Fillingham

Another celebrity wedding looks to be on the cards! Khloe Kardashian has admitted that she would say yes if boyfriend Tristan Thompson were to pop the question. In a recent interview with Evening Standard, the 32-year-old said of their romance: "[I've] never been in this type of love." When asked if she would say yes if he were to propose, she replied: “Yes, I would.” Khloe met Tristan back in August after they were introduced by a mutual friend. Talking of her reluctance to initially meet him, she recalled: “I said: ‘Absolutely not. I don’t go on blind dates.” However, when they met, she realised just how similar they were. “Tristan’s morals and ethics are everything I’ve wanted and need in my life,” she gushed.

 

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Khloe and Tristan met last August through a mutual friend

Khloe also spoke of her desire to start a family. The youngest Kardashian is already a doting aunt to her siblings' Kourtney, Kim and Rob's young children, while Tristan welcomed a son, named Prince, with his ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig back in December. “I would love to have a family,” she admitted when asked of any goals she is yet to achieve. “We’ve talked about it. I definitely want to be a mom. But I don’t put the pressure on it. I feel in my soul it will happen.” 

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Khloe also admitted she would like to have children in the near future

And it looks like Khloe isn’t the only Kardashian sister wanting a baby. Big sister Kim recently revealed her plans to extend her own family. After finding out that she won’t be able to carry any more children, the reality show star, who shares two children with her husband Kanye West, suggested that she and Kanye were going to explore other options on Keeping Up with the Kardashians. "Kanye and I are going to look into other options and see what we are comfortable with," she said. "After talking to Kanye… I always knew surrogacy was an option, now it's my reality. Whatever is meant to be will be."