“Tristan often spoils her like she is daddy’s little princess,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly. “He wants her to live her very best life in more ways than one.”
The athlete, 29, and the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 36, welcomed their baby girl in April 2018. The professional basketball player also shares son Prince, 3, with his ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig.
“With a boy, it’s just like, ‘Hey, man, you’ll be all right, man. Stop crying,’” Thompson said on a May 2018 “Road Trippin” podcast episode. “But, it’s like, ‘True, it’s gonna be OK, you know? We’re right here. Daddy’s here to feed you. It’s me! Look, yeah!’ [Raising a girl is] way different, but it’s fun, though. It changes you.”
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I’m wise enough now to know, you came into my life to show me just what it means to be an incredible person. I appreciate how I am able to learn from and grow because of you. I thank God for the beautiful and loving woman you are to everyone, especially our daughter True. You deserve the world Koko! True and I love you mama. Happy Birthday @khloekardashian ❤️🥳
The Canada native added that he had “a couple more [kids] left” in him. “I’m going to keep going.”
“Khloé is hopeful that Tristan has changed for good and will continue to grow and be the great and loyal partner that he has been throughout their time together during the [coronavirus] quarantine,” an insider exclusively told Us at the time. “The fact that Tristan hasn’t been working or been able to hang out with his friends and other athletes who have previously been a negative influence on him like he used to has been great for their relationship.”
Not only is the NBA player trying to get “traded to an L.A./California team,” the source said, but he wants to “buy a house” with Kardashian.
The insider explained, “Tristan wants to prove to Khloé that he has changed and wants to make this permanent with a family home.”