Whether you voluntarily "keep up with the Kardashians" or not, it's still hard to miss any updates from them, like it or not.
In a recent interview with Sarah Hyland on The Ellen Show's Lady Parts segment, Khloe Kardashian made an appearance along with sister Kourtney, discussing IVF, surrogacy and her desire to give daughter True, almost 3 now, a little sibling soon.
The iconic American celebrity and TV personality said she'd been through the whole process of IVF almost 3 times already, but since she wanted to have more kids with baby daddy Tristan Thompson, they went on to defrost all of her frozen eggs in an effort to make more embryos but unfortunately none of them survived.
"We realized that my eggs aren't strong enough to be frozen. They should be mixed immediately with sperm to make embryos. So I actually have made embryos," Khloe said.
And given that the pandemic hasn't made things easier for anyone. the KUWTK star also touched upon the fact that she indeed wanted to have kids with lesser age gap but due to the pandemic temporarily suspending fertility procedures, her plans mostly went down the drain.
Having said that, she's still determined to pursue her plans of having more kids, even if that involves surrogacy. Last month, E! dropped a teaser for the final season of KUWTK where Khloe was shown talking to Tristan about the possibility of hiring a surrogate.
"You're trusting the surrogate with your unborn child and it's scary, but still an option to consider."
According to another clip from KUWTK revealed Khloe talking tp Kim about the possibility of her second pregnancy being an extremely high-risk ones, as indicated by her doctor. She chose to keep the details private on-screen but clearly mentioned that she apparently had an 80 something percent shance of miscarrying if she does eventually get pregnant a second time.
"I almost miscarried with True at the beginning," she adds of her daughter True, who turns 3 years old next month and whom she shares with Tristan Thompson.
"But I didn't know that was like a lingering thing," she says.