Khloé Kardashian isn't ready to freeze her eggs

KHLOÉ Kardashian isn't ready to freeze her eggs.

The 31-year-old reality TV star, who previously opened up about her struggle to conceive during her relationship with estranged husband Lamar Odom, admits her pregnant older sister Kim Kardashian West has been urging her to make plans for the future.

Asked if she would like to have mini versions of herself running around one day, she said: "I hope so. I mean, there has to be eventually. Kim is trying to talk to me about freezing eggs, but I don't know how much... I'm like, 'B***h, how old do you think I am?' "

The blonde beauty, who is still dating NBA star James Harden despite calling off her divorce from Lamar in order to support him after he was found unconscious at a brothel following a drugs binge last month, has no regrets about allowing 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' to document the breakdown of her marriage.

She explained: "I think I was so open and honest about my relationship with Lamar -- which I don't regret for a second; it was the best time of my life.

"But because you can't just show these wonderful things and then not show the other stuff -- like 'Oh! Lamar disappeared!' I had to explain I was going through a divorce, and people appreciate that and relate to it."

Meanwhile, Khloé and her siblings, including younger half-sister Kylie Jenner, 18, are very competitive when it comes to their designer wardrobes.

She told Yahoo! Style: "We've very competitive with each other, but in like a fun, friendly way. I just show the 18 year olds that mama can still get it."



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