Here's What Khloe Gave Tristan For Thanksgiving - Does He Deserve It?
2018 has been an eventful year for reality TV star, Khloe Kardashian, mostly due to the birth of her first child, True, with Tristan Thompson, who was busted cheating on her back in April when The Daily Mail published photographs of the basketball player up to no good.
Nearly half a year after the scandal went down, the couple has come together to celebrate Thanksgiving along with their baby, True, and despite their troubled past, Khloe came out for her man in a big way.
In her Instagram Story on Thursday, the 34-year-old Revenge Body host shared a series of pictures and video clips of the massive Thanksgiving feast at their home in Cleveland, Ohio.
Among the spread of desserts, was a dinner table decorated with white flower petals, and everything looked superb. People Magazine said previously that Kardashian wanted her baby girl to spend her very first Thanksgiving with her father, and she got what she desired.
Due to Tristan's obligations to the NBA, he couldn't make it out to Los Angeles to be with Khloe, so instead, she went out to visit him. Tristan showed off the work she put into everything as well.
Furthermore, Tristan shared several photographs of each other, making everyone wonder just why she would stay with a man who cheated on her more than once.
Fans online have suggested that Thanksgiving should be especially important for Tristan Thompson, who certainly has a lot to be thankful for. Khloe has stood by him, despite him embarrassing her in front of the world.
Khloe's image as the tough-talking Kardashian came into question because fans wondered how someone as strong and independent as she could deal with a philandering man.
Khloe's sister, Kim, during an appearence on The Ellen DeGeneres Show , expressed her dismay at the entire ordeal as well, pointing out that the situation was incredibly frustrating for the whole family.
While Khloe and Tristan appear to have moved past his cheating scandal, many of her fans have refused to forget. It's likely they'll never move past it.