I’m starting to get worried that we’re a little too obsessed with Khloe Kardashian’s uterus. Like we’re about to enter Jennifer Aniston levels of concern-trolling pretty soon and that doesn’t bode well for magazine covers we’ll be forced to see in grocery store checkout lines for the next 15 years.
In a new interview with Redbook, we’re once again treated to quotes from Khloe about her fertility struggles, her desire to have a baby and her alleged plans to pull a Lifetime-movie on her sister Kim’s womb…which you surely know involves kidnapping the fetus and raising it as her own. I know I read more about celebrities than most people, but haven’t we heard this all before?
“I do think my difficulty getting pregnant has helped a lot of women. Do I wish people would quit asking me about it 24/7? Yes, but I don’t regret it. I was 26 when that started, and I admit, I didn’t know a lot about my body. It was hard for me to understand what was happening because my mom had six kids and Kourtney got pregnant quickly. People assume I’m desperate for a baby. And yes, I would love to have a baby. But I’m 28, and I’ve been married three and a half years. I love my life, but it doesn’t feel incomplete right now… People want to assume that I’m devastated. I couldn’t be happier. I actually got mad at Kourtney, because she was afraid to tell me at first. So I get why people think I’m hurt, because my own sister thought I would be.”
Am I the only one who feels like she’s swimming in a wave pool of deja vu? Khloe keeps telling reporters the same thing and yet they keep asking her the same questions. So let’s sum this up for (hopefully) the last time.
Khloe Kardashian would like to have a baby. But her happiness as a human being isn’t dependent on her having that baby right now. Nor is she plotting to kill Kim for having the audacity to get pregnant.
There are a lot of other things about Khloe Kardashian that I’m sure we could talk about. Such as how she feels about her own mother trying to replace her on The X Factor with another one of her sisters. I’m genuinely interested in how those kind of family moments make her feel. But I’m no longer interested in her uterus — and based on the fact that she keeps giving the same responses to the same questions, it’s appears that she isn’t interested in sharing with us either. So let’s stop this pretend-caring before E! gets the crazy idea to toss a camera into her fallopian tubes and show us a 24/7 live feed. Because you know what would happen then? We’d all make fun of it and then end up watching it. The last thing I need is another guilty pleasure that brings me no pleasure.