WATCH | A tearful Khloé opens up about baby no. 2 in emotional Kardashians teaser

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WARNING: This article contains strong language.

  • Khloé Kardashian opens up about welcoming her second child with Tristan Thompson while finding out he was expecting a son with someone else.
  • "This has been a difficult time in my life," the reality star says in a teaser for the second season of The Kardashians.
  • Season two of The Kardashians is currently streaming on Disney+ and sees the star detail how she felt "bamboozled" by her ex.

Season two of The Kardashians premieres on Disney+ on 22 September and sees Khloé Kardashian opening up about expecting her second child with Tristan Thompson.

The reality star, who'd go on to welcome her son via surrogate in August, found out Thompson was expecting a baby with someone else after they'd already gotten pregnant.

It was a messy paternity scandal at first, but it was later confirmed the NBA star did, in fact, have a son with Maralee Nichols.

"It's supposed to be a really exciting time," the Good American founder says in the clip, shared ahead of the season premiere. "It's just a different experience."

"This has been a difficult time in my life, but it's the start of something positive and happy and beautiful," she says elsewhere in the clip, while mom Kris Jenner breaks down.

"It's hard to watch her in pain," she says.

In the first episode of the new season, which is already out, the star expresses concerns about a "media frenzy" and says: "I can't hear about this for months. About what an idiot I am. Like, what a dumb fuck I am."

"I wouldn't want anyone to think I did this after the fact. Why would I wanna have a baby with someone who's having a baby with somebody else?"

Khloé says she felt "very angry" and "bamboozled" after the paternity test, as she adds: "All I know is I was being encouraged to do it by a certain date. In hindsight, he always knew when the other baby was being born, and especially getting the paperwork in that we saw. He found out July 2, so he did know."  


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