"It's been interesting": Khloe Kardashian opens up about "uncomfortable" pregnancy sex
Khloe Kardashian spills details on her sex life with Tristan Thompson and it might be a bit different than you would have heard.
Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson kept their pregnancy a secret for a long time but now the Keeping Up With The Kardashian (KUWTK) star is ready to put it all out for the world to see and this includes even her sex life! On the final day of "Love & Lust Week" in her app Khloe with a K, the reality star decided to answer a very intimate question which was asked by one of her fans and it includes details about her sex life.
"I have always heard that women are extra horny when they’re pregnant," she wrote. "But for me, it’s been interesting." She believed that in the beginning there is not a lot of change that one can notice but things tend to get different as the baby bump keeps on growing and the due date comes closer.
"In the beginning, sex was the same. As I got into my third trimester and started to get bigger, it became harder to have sex and a little more uncomfortable and limiting," she said. However, Khloe revealed that throughout her pregnancy, her beau, Tristan has always been supportive and "amazing" in his own way.
“[He] would never make me feel different in any way,” she added. She confessed that men also face problems when it comes to having sex with their pregnant partner but applauds Tristan for being understanding. “I’m sure it’s uncomfortable for a man to have sex with a pregnant woman too. Personally, I get uncomfortable and insecure,” she said.
“Also, you can’t move the same, so you kind of feel useless, LOL. But you just have to improvise and do the best you can.” Prior to this, Khloe had gushed about how quickly she knew that Tristan was the one for her. “Tristan was so forthcoming with his life, as I was with mine,” she wrote. “It was really reassuring to feel that someone had the same beliefs as I did. We spoke about religion, children and our families.”
Khloe is reportedly due at the end of March or in the beginning of April.
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