Khloe Kardashian insists she is in no rush to marry Tristan Thompson, though they have spoken about the possibility of marriage.
Khloe Kardashian is in no ''rush'' to get married.
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who tied the knot with ex-husband Lamar Odom in 2009 after just a month of dating - is expecting her first child with boyfriend Tristan Thompson but though they're very happy together, they have no plans to wed in the near future.
Asked if she'll marry again, Khloe told talk show host Ellen Degeneres: ''I hope so, but I'm not in a rush for any of that. As you know, I've rushed quite a few things before, so right now I'm so loving the place I am in my life and I'm just happy with how things are going.
''We talk about it, for sure, but we're both just happy where we are. What's meant to be will be.''
The 33-year-old beauty is six months pregnant but only confirmed the happy news in a touching Instagram post in December following months of speculation.
And she admitted she kept the news secret because she wanted to make a ''heartfelt'' announcement when she felt ''comfortable'' doing so.
She said: ''I just wanted to do something myself and write something that was heartfelt for me.
''I've wanted to have a baby for so long and it's just the perfect timing in my eyes. God always has His plan and I just wanted to do it on my time and when I felt comfortable to do so.''
Tristan, 26, is already a father to 12-month-old son Prince from a past relationship and Khloe thinks the basketball player is ''such a good dad'' and has made her feel reassured throughout her pregnancy.
She said: ''He's so great just during the pregnancy. I think he makes me more excited, too - I'm excited...
''He's really a dream and I feel just really lucky. It's really surreal to me.''
But she joked the sportsman has ''more cravings'' than she does.
She quipped: ''They say that men take on sympathy cravings, or pregnancy or whatever. I swear he's milking it for all he can.
''It's just an excuse. But he loves chocolate chip cookies.''
It's time for a riot grrrl revolution.
How are the world's biggest superstars changing?
Who inspired Royse?
Graham J tells all about his experience with the Jazz Journal.
An interview with Nick Wilson.