Khloe Kardashian has a dance party with daughter True, 2, after cozying up to ex Tristan Thompson – The Sun

KHLOE Kardashian had a dance party with her daughter True, 2.

The new pics come as Khloe was recently spotted cozying up to her ex Tristan Thompson.



Khloe captioned one snap: "Dance Party."

She said of True in another pic: "My cutie pie."

The 35-year-old wrote on a third pic: "My daydreamer."

True was seen wearing an adorable tan ruffled top and black shorts.




Recently, there has been more speculation Khloe and her baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, are back together.

This week the 29-year-old basketball player left a flirtatious comment under a picture of her on Instagram.

In another instance, a video obtained by TMZ showed Tristan with his arm around Khloe at a pal's birthday.

The short clip was posted by Tristan's old teammate Jordan Clarkson.

Despite their apparent closeness, sources told the publication that Khloe and Tristan are not back together.



The insider shared: "The pandemic has simply given them a chance to hang out more and work on their friendship."

Last month Khloe fired back at fans who thought she was pregnant tweeting: "The nasty things you’re saying about me over A RUMOR!

"I have seen so many hurtful/despicable stories and tweets about me over a false story. And if it were true…. it’s MY LIFE, NOT YOURS."

"The sick and hurtful things people say. I am disgusted by so many things I am seeing.

"SMH people swear they know everything about me. Including my uterus. Sick."

However, Khloe has spoken with her sisters about wanting to have another child with Tristan and using his sperm to create embryos.

She told Kourtney and Kendall that she had already spoken to her ex about the possibility of combining her frozen eggs with his sperm in order to improve her chances of giving birth to a healthy baby.

She said: "If you can create embryos and do all the DNA testing, I do think it's a better choice.

"But it's weird because Tristan and I are not together so I don't know which way to go."

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