Some also took issue with Kardashian traveling in the first place, especially to such a far-away locale, considering she's planning on giving birth in Cleveland, Ohio, where Thompson is based most of the year.
Can't argue though, it's working for her!
Khloé Kardashian is almost 8 months pregnant and joined her sisters on a trip to Japan, and many fans are outraged she would make such a risky move this far into her pregnancy. While Khloe has yet to respond to the backlash, she has hit back at critics who slammed her for touching her growing bump.
Khloé said, speaking in her testimonial, "So far TMZ has not published the article but I'm just mad because there's so many risks involved when you're newly pregnant".
She's got her Good American line to run, she's got her family's reality TV show and, oh right, she's 8 months pregnant while juggling it.
If you're wondering about when the cut-off is for flying during pregnancy, air travel during your third trimester is perfectly safe for a woman experiencing a healthy pregnancy. She posted a handsome mom-to-be picture on Instagram. I just feel sick every night.
"It's starting to become very real and she's so excited", the insider reportedly disclosed.
"Tristan was so forthcoming with his life, as I was with mine". They made sure to say something on social media about Khloe's trip and all of the comments have to be aggravating for the KUWTK star.
Is this official hint that she's having a boy?
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