When Khloé Kardashian confirmed that she was expecting her first child in December, fans were so incredibly excited. For those who had been following her on her journey throughout Keeping Up With The Kardashians, fans knew just how major this pregnancy is for Kardashian. This could be why looking at photos of Khloé Kardashian’s bump throughout her pregnancy on Instagram so far shows just how excited Kardashian is for the arrival of her baby.
Although fans waited months for Kardashian to finally address the rumors about her pregnancy, she confirmed the news in December stating that she was indeed expecting a child with her boyfriend, Cleveland Cavaliers player Tristan Thompson. The wait was worth it — in the weeks since Kardashian’s announcement, she has been so open with fans about her pregnancy. During an appearance on The Ellen Show, in January, Kardashian revealed that she was so excited for this pregnancy, according to People. “I’ve wanted a baby for so long it’s just the perfect timing,” she said. “God always has a plan and I just wanted to do it on my time and when I felt comfortable to do so.”
It’s a great thing that Kardashian has felt comfortable to share her pregnancy with her fans, because the photos of her pregnancy bump not only show her progress in her pregnancy but just how excited she is for her baby to arrive.
A few days before Christmas, Kardashian announced her pregnancy in the best way possible — by giving fans a clear shot of her bump on Instagram, confirming all of rumors in one go. Kardashian thanked her family for their support and her fans for staying by her in the caption of the post:
Shortly after her announcement, Kardashian and her bump made their appearances at…
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