Khloe Kardashian has settled down in Cleveland, Ohio, for the final weeks before she gives birth to her first child.
Khloe Kardashian is nesting in Cleveland.
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star has been ''basically bicoastal'' for the first eight months of her pregnancy, but now she's just weeks away to giving birth to her first child with boyfriend Tristan Thompson, the 33-year-old beauty has reportedly made the decision not to return to Los Angeles and is instead staying in Ohio until the baby is born.
A source told People magazine: ''Khloe is in Cleveland and plans to stay there until the baby is born. She is too far along to fly back and forth.
''She is doing great and seems very happy every day.
''[Khloé] is a bit nervous about the birth, but mostly excited. She is taking it easy in Cleveland, getting everything ready and she can't wait to meet her baby girl.''
But Khloe won't be without her famous family, including her mother Kris Jenner, when the time comes for her to give birth.
The source added: ''Her family is flying to Cleveland when it's baby time. Khloe especially wants Kris there for the birth.''
The 'Revenge Body' host previously admitted she wants a family member who will ''annoy [her] the least'' and is ''going to be the calmest'' by her side when she gives birth.
And it was previously claimed Khloe planned to give birth in Cleveland because it would be a more calm and private experience than staying in Los Angeles.
A source recently said: ''Khloe loves Cleveland and sees it as her new home, plus she's had fantastic medical treatments when she's been for check ups during the pregnancy.
''It also offers her more privacy than she'd get in LA, where no doubt it would cause a circus with paparazzi and fans camped outside the hospital.
''In Ohio, Khloe is treated like any other person as opposed to this huge superstar.
''She knows that she's better off having this baby somewhere more peaceful than LA.''
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