She gave birth to her longed-for first child in April and has since proudly documented her journey through motherhood.
But Khloe Kardashian has admitted she misses being pregnant with daughter True, because it gave her a reason to be ‘antisocial.’
In a humorous tweet to her 25.9m followers, the Keeping Up With The Kardashiansstar, 34, said she was starting to yearn for the days before True was born because it gave her the perfect excuse to ‘go to bed early’ and not have to speak to people.
Fans were quick to rally behind the blonde beauty, telling her she could continue being antisocial, as she now
One fan replied: ‘The baby is the best excuse! Also a great excuse for leaving early.’
While another wrote: ‘Now you can use The baby as an excuse like … ‘sorry True is due for a nap at that time.’
The star has quickly regained her pre-pregnancy figure since giving birth, wowing fans as she showed off her sculpted abs on Instagram.
In August, Khloe said it was difficult restraining her workouts while pregnant.
‘It was something I was craving during my pregnancy, I didn’t get to work out as hard as I liked to and it was annoying. I was like “I know I can do more,” but my trainers wouldn’t let me. They were like, “You gotta sit your ass down,”‘ she told E!.
For Khloe, working out has become a therapeutic activity.
‘It’s what I enjoy… That’s my therapy and that’s where I feel like I de-stress,’ she explained.
‘I don’t have like a, “oh I have to lose twenty pounds in ten days,” I don’t think like that at all,’ she added.
Meanwhile, it has been claimed that Khloe is moving back to Cleveland to be with Tristan now that basketball season is gearing up again.
He plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
A source told People they are doing ‘great’ even though he was photographed with two cute women last week.
Just days after baby True’s April arrival, Dailymail.com revealed that her NBA boyfriend had allegedly cheated on her with several women.
Nevertheless, Khloe decided to stand by her man, and the two have been snapped in loved-up displays ever since.