Kim Kardashian Says Tristan Thompson Is 'So Nice' In The Way That He Has Treated Khloe Kardashian Post-Cheating Scandal
Kim Kardashian is a big fan of Tristan Thompson these days. Entertainment Tonight reported today that one year after Tristan was accused of cheating on her sister, Khloe Kardashian, with Kylie Jenner's friend, Jordyn Woods, Thompson has been doing everything he can to make things work.
In a new clip from Keeping Up With The Kardashians that ET picked up, Kim says to Scott Disick over dinner about how much she appreciates Tristan. Kim says to the reality star that Tristan is "honestly, so nice," to which Scott says in response, "he made mistakes, but I feel like he's trying really hard."
Kim went on to say that it's been an entire year of Tristan acting like a completely new person. Scott goes on to say that Tristan's position in the family must've been very difficult following the cheating scandal that saw him temporarily ex-communicated from Khloe's life.
However, Scott says that no matter what, he's still a member of the family. As it was previously reported, Khloe and Tristan Thomson split up in February 2019 not long after his cheating scandal with Jordyn Woods.
Fans of Keeping Up With The Kardashians know that the pair has since cultivated a very positive co-parenting romance together for True, whom she had with Tristan Thompson. For instance, this past week, Khloe and Thompson were hanging out together at a friend's party.
This past month, an insider who spoke with Entertainment Tonight claimed that she and Tristan have really been connecting again for the sake of their 2-year-old girl. Khloe and Tristan have spent a lot of time as a family again amid the pandemic.
In other news, Khloe Kardashian took to her social media platform recently to slam the rumors that she was gearing up to have another baby.
Khloe said to her millions of followers that she doesn't go on social media as much as she used to because of the "sick" things she often sees, much of which, she claims, are about her "uterus."