Khloe Kardashian admits she’s ‘territorial’ over daughter True as she co-parents with ex Tristan Thompson

Khloe Kardashian has revealed she gets "territorial" over her daughter True when it comes to co-parenting with her ex Tristan Thompson.

The 35 year old, who recently threw an amazing Troll-themed birthday party for her two year old, opened up on the realities of raising a child with someone she's no longer in a relationship with on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

Speaking to her mum Kris Jenner, 64, Khloe said: "To co-parent is a different beast, it's probably the hardest thing I've ever had to figure out."

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In an attempt to explain what she means, the reality star, who could be seen wearing a casual teal-coloured t-shirt while she styled her hair up in a bun, continued: "You get territorial, like, 'this is my baby, why are you telling me what do to?' You forget it's both of our baby."

In a confessional interview with the producers, she later revealed that Tristan is in Ohio to play basketball with the Cleveland Cavaliers while she remains home in Los Angeles.

She explained: "Tristan is back in Cleveland, the NBA season is starting. This is the first season that I am not with Tristan. Typically I go back and forth every other week to Cleveland."

Khloe and the 29 year old basketball player split in February 2019 after his multiple cheating scandals, including with 22 year old Kylie Jenner's ex-best friend Jordyn Woods, also 22.

"He really misses True and doesn't know when he's going to see her next and I really have not put much thought into how True is going to visit Tristan in Cleveland," Khloe continued.

"I've just kind of been avoiding having this conversation."

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The TV star, who recently shared a cute video of her ex and their daughter, admitted that co-parenting with him is difficult and gives her "anxiety" as she continued: "Does that mean I have to send True there by herself? And I'm sure he won't make me do anything I don't feel comfortable doing.

"But then is that even fair for True to not see her dad because that's going to be a long however many months?

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"It just gives me anxiety to think I'd have to send her anywhere. She's just a baby," she said, getting emotional about the situation.

"You'll figure it out," Kris reassured her daughter.

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