Khloe Kardashian To Reportedly Return To Cleveland With Tristan Thompson

Is Khloé Kardashian headed back east?

People reports that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is apparently moving back to Cleveland, Ohio — where boyfriend Tristan Thompson plays for the Cavaliers — with daughter True in tow.

According to a source cited by the magazine, "Khloé and Tristan are great. Ever since they have both been in L.A. with True, they have really worked on relationship issues. They had an amazing summer together and a gorgeous family vacation." However, with Thompson due back in C-town ahead of the upcoming NBA season, which kicks off next month, the family-of-three "are all moving back to Cleveland." 

While the insider said "it's not going to be easy" for Kardashian, who will "really miss Kris [Jenner] and her sisters," the Revenge Body star is "committed to keeping her family together." To help make the transition a bit easier, a second source claimed that the trio will "travel back and forth" between Cleveland and Los Angeles to get in some quality family time with the Kardashian-Jenner clan.

This isn't the first time the Good American businesswoman has split her time between the two cities. As Nicki Swift previously reported, Kardashian, 34, and Thompson, 27, returned to California in June after spending much of the year in Ohio. "I obviously love both cities, but I will say I'm happy to be in Cleveland right now," Kardashian wrote in a blog post earlier this year. "I'm with Tristan and I get my home time — cooking, being with my love, and just more of a routine."

The proud parents famously welcomed their first child together in mid-April 2018 — just two days after the basketball pro's headline-making cheating scandal broke. The two, who started dating in October 2016, have since stayed together while quietly navigating their relationship amid the allegations. Since Kardashian and Thompson seem to be stronger than ever these days, here's hoping that the reality TV star will soon feel at home again in Cleveland.