Khloé Kardashian is reportedly expecting her first child with her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, and, according to new reports, with this newfound responsibility, she's planning on making some life changes.
The first on her list is reportedly walking away from the reality show that made her and her family famous: Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
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According to Radar Online, the 33-year-old reality starlet wants to say goodbye to the show after her and Tristan's baby is born, and her bae is supporting her 100 percent.
"Khloé doesn't want to do it [the show] after the baby comes, and Tristan is telling her that she doesn't need to," a source close to the family told the site. "He insists that they have more than enough money to live comfortably."
One person who may not be here for this plan, however, is Khloé's momager, Kris Jenner, who reportedly signed a $150 million contract to keep all of the ladies on-air for "several more seasons."
"Khloé knows that she can't get out of the contract," the source added. "But she is starting to get really moody and picking fights with everyone in her family, especially Kris."
Kris has also reportedly been pushing for Khloé to do a KUWTK spinoff focusing on her new life in Cleveland with Tristan. The insider added that she is "offering Khloé a ton of money. But Khloé told her mom she refuses to sell her baby for ratings."
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