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Khloe Kardashian is used to living her life out in the open and doesn't often address rumors. But when some tabloids began reporting that she recently suffered a miscarriage -- an alleged explanation for why she and hubby Lamar Odom have still not had children -- she was quick to set the record straight.
"Lamar and I do want kids and it will happen when it's in God's plan to happen," the 27-year-old reality star told the hosts of CBS' The Talk during an interview Thursday.
Kardashian went on to explain that it has been a hectic year for her and her NBA player husband. First Lamar was traded from the L.A. Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks, forcing the Odoms to move to Texas. And, just recently, Odom announced that he was leaving the Mavericks, so now the couple is headed back to L.A.
"With the trade -- moving back and forth -- there is a reason we don't have a newborn baby right now," Kardashian told The Talk.
Kardashian also shot down reports (again) that she has been undergoing fertility treatments.
"If I was having fertility treatments I would share with the world," she said. "It's so hurtful and discouraging to women needing fertility treatments."
"I love Kanye. He's always been a great friend to Kim," she said, pretty much parroting her words from her Ellen interview earlier this week. "Let them hang out and see what happens. The best relationships come from friendships."