Kourtney Kardashian just stepped out for the first time since Khloe Kardashian's explosive cheating scandal with boyfriend Tristan Thompson. The 39-year-old beauty was pictured looking somber amid her pregnant sister's heartbreak. Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to see the photos and learn more.
Kourtney Kardashian is back from her Turks and Caicos vacation with boyfriend Younes Bendjima and sister Kim Kardashian. This Tuesday, the mom-of-three was spotted walking to her Los Angeles studio to film for Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Kourtney looked grim as she drank a hot tea and carried a to-go salad on her day out.
She was the first Kardashian family member to be seen out in public since Khloe's baby daddy cheating scandal.
As Radar readers know, sleazy NBA star Tristan Thompson, 27, was caught on camera allegedly kissing another woman while in a New York City hotspot. He was also photographed canoodling with two brunettes at a strip club, and entering hotel with his alleged mistress, Lani Blair.
While Khloe, 33, has yet to speak out about the photos, sources told Radar that she is "devastated" and ready to dump Thompson for good! "At this point she never wants to see his face again and does not want him near her when she gives birth."
The insider also added that Khloe — who is expecting her first child with her cheating boyfriend — "feels sick inside, and her biggest dream has turned into her worst nightmare." She is set to welcome her daughter any day now and her family fears that the stress from Thompson's scandal could cause complications with her birth!
Though Kourtney was all smiles while flaunting her bikini body with Kim, 37, just days ago during their tropical island vacation, it seems things have taken a dark turn for the Kardashian family. How do you think Khloe Kardashian's sisters will react to Tristan Thompson's cheating scandal? Sound off in the comments below.
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