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Khloe Kardashian, 28, has publicly documented her fertility issues with husband and Los Angeles Clippers forward Lamar Odom on her reality television show. Still, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star and youngest Kardashian sister is optimistic about having children in the future.
"I am sure Lamar and I will get there," Kardashian told The Sun recently. "We are just trying to relax and have fun along the way."
Although Kardashian noted that working to have children is a personal matter, she acknowledged that her fans have supported her throughout the process.
"This is one of those things that is really personal but, due to the show, is shared with millions," she told The Sun. "Fans have been incredibly supportive. I get so many messages from women going through the same thing who were helped by seeing me being open about it."
After just one month of dating, Kardashian married Odom in 2009. However, she admitted that sharing her life with the world was tough.
"The reality lifestyle is really hard for anyone to learn to cope with. You give up your anonymity and your privacy to a lot of extent," Kardashian said. "Your joys and your struggles are shared with millions."
The Sun's report comes amid rumors of trouble in the pair's marriage. According to InTouch magazine, Kardashian has been struggling in her marriage with Odom and suggested counseling.
"Lamar has been pushing Khloe away. He shut down and wasn't communicating with her. It's been freaking Khloe out," a reported insider told the publication. "She's begging Lamar to go into couples therapy. He's been so distant and stressed with basketball lately. She doesn't know what else to do."
However, Kardashian made it clear that Odom was still her priority in her recent interview with The Sun.
"But you find so many people cheering for you at the good times and supporting you through the bad times," she told The Sun. "Lamar is and always will be my priority."