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Khloe Kardashian is reportedly expecting her first child with Lamar Odom, a new report claims. The reality TV star will reportedly participate in a new E! reality show with her pregnant sister Kim throughout the course of their respective pregnancies.
Kardashian, 28, has been up in arms in recent weeks, slamming ongoing and false media reports surrounding her 3-year marriage to Odom, 33. However, it now appears that she may finally have something to smile about, according to Media Take Out.
An E! network source reportedly confirmed Kardashian's pregnancy news to Media Take Out, and also revealed that she and Kim, 32, will reportedly be paid 50 percent more to do an upcoming reality show together that will center around their respective pregnancy experiences.
The pregnancy report comes just one week after it was claimed that the "X-Factor" host was so desperate to have a baby that she was searching for a surrogate carrier. Kardashian and Odom have admitted their desire to have children together throughout their fertility struggles for years.
"She is being extremely thorough about the woman she will choose to carry her baby," a source reportedly told Star magazine adding "She even says she would pay half a million dollars for the right woman!"
Kardashian allegedly became even more eager than ever to have a baby after hearing news of Kim's pregnancy. Kim has been dating rapper Kanye West for less than a year and confirmed her pregnancy on New Year's Day.
"Of course Khloe wants to be happy for Kim," a separate source said, adding "but she really doesn't understand Kim's motivation or reasoning for getting pregnant, other than to gain attention and throw it in her face!"
Kardashian has been open about her fertility struggles in recent years and the drama has previously been used as a plot line on her family's popular E! reality show. Viewers may finally be able to witness her and Odom celebrate the news that they have been so long waiting to hear- that they are going to be parents to their first biological child.