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Last month, the Kardashian family celebrated 10 years of their show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, on air. A lot has happened in the past decade and TV cameras have luckily been there to capture it all. But the Kardashian family also recently celebrated the news of a few more pregnancies in their family. While cameras are an integral part of the Kardashian clan, there is no telling if — one of the bundles of joy that could be on the way — Khloe Kardashian’s reported pregnancy will be shown on Keeping Up With The Kardashians — but I am incredibly hopeful that it will.
Last week, sources confirmed to People that Khloe is reportedly expecting her first child with boyfriend Tristan Thompson and everyone could not have been more excited for the reality star. But this announcement came on the heels of another major one — Khloe’s younger sister Kylie Jenner, who is reportedly expecting her first child as well, as In Touch Weekly reported. With their sister, Kim Kardashian, expecting her third child by surrogate, there is a lot to celebrate and a lot for the sisters to talk about.
But, for the moment, they’re all keeping silent. Their mom, Kris Jenner, refuses to confirm or deny any of the rumors. And Khloe, Kim, and Kylie have all been incredibly shy about addressing the news on any of their social media accounts. (Romper has reached out to representatives for both Khloe and Kylie, but has not heard back at this time.) For the group of sisters who are always in the spotlight, this silence is deafening. It is very possible that they could be saving the announcement for something bigger — like a future episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
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