Khloe Kardashian, Tristan Thompson Reportedly 'Working On Things' In Cleveland

Khloé Kardashian has reunited with boyfriend Tristan Thompson in Cleveland, Ohio.

On Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star returned to C-town, where her beau plays for the Cavaliers, Entertainment Tonight reports.

According to a source cited by the publication, Kardashian "flew back to Cleveland to be with Tristan and even supported him" as his team took on the Atlanta Hawks that same evening. However, the insider added, "Khloe isn't certain how long she will be in Cleveland and may fly back for her mom, Kris [Jenner's], birthday next week, but isn't sure. A lot is dependent on how things go with her and Tristan."

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Kardashian, 34, and Thompson, 27, famously welcomed their first child together, daughter True, in mid-April 2018 — just two days after the NBA star's highly publicized cheating scandal broke. The proud parents stayed together amid multiple infidelity allegations, and have since quietly navigated their relationship as the family of three split their time between Cleveland and Los Angeles.

"Khloe and Tristan are still working on things," a source said in ET's recent report, "But know whatever they decide to do moving forward, it will be whatever is best for their daughter, True."

Meanwhile, fans of the Kardashian-Jenner clan will soon be given an inside look at how the couple dealt with Thompson's cheating claims and rebuilt their relationship. An upcoming episode of KUWTK, airing this Sunday, Nov. 4 at 9 p.m. on E!, will cover the ordeal for the first time. In response to a fan who recently tweeted that the episode "will be insane," Kardashian wrote, "Sadly, it will. I signed up to show ... the good and the bad, right? The bad is very hard to relive but it's life."

Elsewhere in the KUWTK sphere this week, momager Kris Jenner is reportedly concerned over the future of the show, which is unfortunately facing series-low ratings during its current 15th season. "Kris says all the time she wants the show to go on for ten more seasons, and if she had her way she'd do the show until she dies," a source recently told Radar Online. With her famous kids' interest in sharing their lives on the small screen allegedly waning, the insider added, "Of the family, only for Kris is keeping the show on the air the #1 priority."