Khloe Kardashian has praised Tristan Thompson with making her feel ''comfortable''.

The 33-year-old reality star is believed to be expecting her first child with the NBA player, and whilst neither of them have confirmed the news, the blonde beauty isn't shy when it comes to gushing about her partner.

In a post on her app, khloewithak.com, which detailed her top tips when it comes to moving in with a partner, she wrote: ''Moving into your significant other's home is a huge step in a relationship. Fortunately, Tristan and I have very similar decor tastes, so it was easy to merge. But we did a few rooms together and switched up the color schemes. That was really fun!

''One of the first things Tristan and I did when we moved in together was add framed photos of ourselves as a couple around the house. It makes you both feel in sync and like home is for the both of you - because after all, it is!

''I'm so lucky that Tristan really lets me do my own thing. He just likes me to feel comfortable. And I truly do feel like it's our Cleveland home! (sic)''

It isn't the first time the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star has gushed over the 26-year-old Cleveland Cavaliers player to her fans either, as whilst she was revealing her top tips for helping people work out if their partner is ''the one'', she admitted Tristan makes her feel ''like a Queen''.

She wrote on her app recently: ''You 1000 percent need to be on the same page about the basics, like commitment, trust and where your moral compass is set. Repeat: 1000 percent!

''They make you feel like a queen even when you're a train wreck (i.e., going bats**t with PMS). They don't need to constantly blow smoke up your a** with compliments but they should provide an overall feeling of security and adoration.

''Connection is key, so your girl or guy should be game for anything that sparks your joy - even if that means sacrificing Monday Night Football for yoga with your sisters. Laughter and passion are the fuel for lifelong monogamy, so the importance of fun, collaborative activities should never be forgotten. (sic)''