Khloe Kardashian reveals real reason she’s nice to cheating ex Tristan Thompson

Khloe Kardashian has explained the real reason she's nice to her cheating ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson .

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star split from the father of her daughter, True, earlier this year, after he was exposed as a cheater for the second time.

Khloe took the basketball player back the first time, but called time on the romance after he kissed Jordyn Woods, her sister Kylie Jenner's BFF, at a house party.

Despite her feelings towards him, Khloe says she does her best to be civil for the sake of their daughter.

She believes her daughter can sense their energy, and doesn't want her soaking up any negative vibes.

Khloe opened up about her split during an appearance on podcast Divorce Sucks.

She told host Laura Wasser: "It does f***ing suck, it does. And there's moments that, because our personal emotions are still in there, for me, Tristan and I broke up not too long ago so it's really raw.

"And so those emotions can be heightened at times but I do everything in my power to not even bring… True is one and like a month old so she doesn't really know what's happening but to me, she does know and she feels energy and I'm a big believer in that so I do everything in my power to not put any sort of heavy energy around her, but maybe that sounds a little too Bohemian to some people."

Khloe, 34, also spoke about inviting Tristan to True's first birthday party last month.


She said she wanted him to be there, even though she knows True won't remember whether or not he was present.

She said: "There will be [pictures], and I didn't do it because I thought she was going to remember this first party."

Khloe said she knows her daughter won't remember all the unicorns, stuffed animals and other decorations at her party.

She said: "It was really for me, I just wanted a happy, heavenly place, but I know she's going to want to look back at all her childhood memories, like we do.

"Me and my sisters, we will sit on the floor, looking at our old photo albums, talking, we don't remember.

"We remember what our parents told us and we act like we know everything about this photo and I want to give her the same thing.

"And I know her dad is a great person and I know how much he loves her and cares for her so I want him to be there and it was, you know, civilised and we did it."

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