April 24, 2018

GOT inspired: Khloe's baby bump revealed in her Halloween coustume

02 November 2017, 12:28 | Sheila Mcguire

Source Kylie Jenner Instagram

Kylie Jenner

As of late, Kardashian and Thompson have not directly confirmed her pregnancy.

While Khloe, 33, donned blonde Khaleesi-style waves and a heavy fur jacket over her costume, her National Basketball Association star boyfriend went for heavy leather, eyeliner, and a styled beard for his look.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star shared a full-length shot of herself with boyfriend Tristan Thompson in honour of Halloween and fans couldn't help but notice that there's no visible baby bump on display.

The pair went in costume as Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo from "Game of Thrones" (literally the opposite of couple goals) with Kardashian sporting an ice-blonde wig and a conveniently over-sized fur cape.

What's more, a number of eagle-eyed fans noticed that, in a video posted to Snapchat from the Halloween bash, Khloe shared the words, "That's daddy".

As impressive as their costumes were, their outfits weren't the biggest topic of conversation for Khloe's fans.

Khloe Kardashian has been spotted with boyfriend Tristan Thompson after seemingly confirming her pregnancy during Halloween festivities.

"It's gonna be really hard, my new lifestyle", she says in the confessional.

So Jonathan, Kim and her sister Khloe [Kardashian] head into New York City for some slices at not one, but two different pizza places.

At the time, the reality star was rumored to be around three months pregnant.

In another post, Kardashian and Thompson were photographed kissing each other on the lips.

That means there's literally no possibility that the picture is a throwback snap, and - considering Khloe's toned tum - calls into question a flood of reports that she is expecting a child in 2018.

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