Kourtney Kardashian wished she could’ve breastfed Khlo’s newborn son


In the Season 2 finale of “The Kardashians” on Hulu, Kourtney, Kim Kardashian, and Kris Jenner cuddle up to Khlo Kardashian’s newborn baby boy in response to the creator of Lemme’s irrational urge.

In the episode airing on Thursday, Kourtney, who has three children with her ex-husband Scott Disick, says, “I wish I could breastfeed you. When they open their lips and just the way they smell.”

“Oh, my God, Kourt, let’s calm down,” Khlo responds, laughing.

“How about Rob? How about Rob Kardashian Thompson, and then just call him Rob Kardashian,” joked Kris Jenner when thinking of names for the baby, even if her and Kim haven’t met him.

Khlo Kardashian and Tristan Thompson’s second child

Through a surrogate, Khlo and Tristan Thompson welcomed their second child in July. By the time the co-founder of Good American learned that the NBA player was covertly expecting a second child with Maralee Nichols, the couple had already split up.

“Khlo is incredibly grateful to the extraordinary surrogate for such a beautiful blessing,” said one of her reps at the time. “We’d like to ask for kindness and privacy so that Khlo can focus on her family,” the statement concluded.

Khlo and Thompson are co-parenting their son and their 4-year-old daughter, True, despite the fact that they are no longer romantically involved. The sportsman and his ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig are parents to Prince, a 5-year-old.

Khlo recently tweeted pictures of herself pushing her kid in a $4,900 Dior stroller, so even though fans haven’t seen much of her son, they know he travels in elegance.





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