Khloe Kardashian has admitted she is ''in love'' with boyfriend Tristan Thompson in a sweet post to ring in the new year.
Khloe Kardashian is happy and ''in love'' with Tristan Thompson.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star reflected on her rollercoaster 2016 as she shared her hopes and dreams for the coming 12 months.
Writing on her app, she shared: ''At this moment, a few days into 2017, I feel incredibly clear and probably the happiest I've been in years. It's such a great feeling that I have my happy back! It's from a genuine place and the most peaceful place I've been in for longer than I can even remember ... I think when you're in love you definitely feel happy and healthy too. I like that my relationship is very normal and doesn't need to be so publicised all the time.''
And the 32-year-old television personality also referred to the ''tough s**t'' she has gone through in the last few months, including finalising her divorce from Lamar Odom.
She added: ''So much tough s**t has gone down in my family over the past year that I've removed myself from social media a bit more and focused on what's important in my life. That's not to say 2016 wasn't a good year for me, because it was, but there was a lot of real s**t that happened too. If I want to be in Ohio and do nothing, then that's what I'm going to do. Life is too short and too precious to not do what makes YOU feel the happiest. (sic)''
Meanwhile, Khloe previously admitted she has ''grown so much'' this year.
She explained: ''I like to make goals in life, but I make sure that the goals aren't too crazy because if you ever fall off the horse, you will beat yourself up. It's good to set small goals, and I never set a crazy time limit for myself. The new year is a good time to reflect on the baby steps I've taken, and how I've evolved.
''Not everything is an f***ing race - it's the marathon of life! I think it's so important to acknowledge the evolution. It took me a long time to get here. I feel like I've grown so much this year, with what I can handle and how I react to situations.''
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