American TV star Khloe Kardashian was eager to enjoy some last-minute bonding time with her sisters before the arrival of her first child.
Khloe Kardashian was keen to enjoy some last-minute bonding time with her sisters in Tokyo before the arrival of her first child.
The 33-year-old beauty and her sisters Kim and Kourtney were recently spotted arriving in the Japanese capital, where they've been taking in the sights and sounds of the city, with Khloe apparently keen to make the most of the vacation before she gives birth.
Khloe is currently eight months pregnant and the Kardashian sisters saw Tokyo as the best possible destination to spend some quality time together, according to E! News.
The reality star has been dating the father of her child, NBA player Tristan Thompson, since 2016, and she recently admitted she knew he was the one ''very quickly'', as she's always felt ''comfortable and safe'' with him.
Khloe explained: ''My answer for this probably doesn't apply to everybody, but I knew Tristan was the one very quickly - I have never felt so comfortable or so safe with someone. Because of that, I took it very slowly and was cautious about how I went about 'us'. I made sure we had very in-depth conversations. I wanted to make sure that those conversations were backed up by actions.
''Tristan was so forthcoming with his life, as I was with mine. It was really reassuring to feel that someone had the same belief systems as I did. We spoke about religion, children and our families. I think all of those things are important to truly know the ins and outs of someone. It's really easy to fall in love with someone during a honeymoon phase when you haven't yet discussed the logistics of life. But you have to talk about the real things if you want a real, long-lasting relationship.''
In the Hall By The Sea at Dreamland, Reef brought their Revelation tour to life as they delivered one of the best live sets I've had the privilege to...
'Worst Nites' is the music video directorial debut of 'The Hunger Games' star Josh Hutcherson with Foster the People's frontman Mark Foster.
Matty Healy of The 1975 plays an acoustic rendition of the song '102' which features as a bonus track on the Japanese edition of their third album.
Having dropped her number one second album 'Always In Between' in October 2018, Jess Glynne unveils the video for her catchy new single 'Thursday'.
It's been four years since he dropped his number one self-titled debut album, and now Hozier's back with a new single entitled 'Movement'.
Andy Burrows has teamed up with author Matt Haig on an album version of the latter's memoirs, 'Reasons To Stay Alive', which is set to be released on...
As the nights draw in and the temperature drops, Crooked Man treats us to a fabulous slice of sun-soaked House, Disco and Electro.
Sydney trio Mansionair have dropped the video for their new single 'Falling' as they gear up for their first North American headline tour.