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Kris Jenner Pressuring Khloe Kardashian To Leave Lamar Odom & Get Back To Work

Wed, November 11, 2015 3:05pm EDT by 5 Comments

Kris Jenner has put her momager cap on and asked Khloe Kardashain to ‘get back to work’ following Lamar Odom’s health scare, a new report claims. Find out why Kris is so worried about her daughter these days.

After her daughter Khloe Kardashian, 31, dropped everything to be by Lamar Odom‘s side after his overdose, Kris Jenner became increasingly worried, a new report claims. The Kardashian/Jenner matriarch is scared her daughter will “miss out on opportunities” because she’s pushed work aside for so long.

Kris “has been telling Khloe that she needs to get back to work promoting her new book, Strong Looks Better Naked, her app and her website. She’s worried Khloe will miss out on a lot of opportunities because of Lamar,” an insider told Life & Style. 

We know Lamar is doing better and hoping to be out of the hospital by Thanksgiving. “He is getting very antsy and claustrophobic with the hospital surroundings he has been accustomed to of late and he is dreading to spend time in the hospital during Thanksgiving. He would love nothing more than to have a full Thanksgiving dinner and enjoy watching football with friends. It just isn’t going to be the same in a hospital room,” an insider told EXCLUSIVELY.

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Lamar could very well be out before Thanksgiving because, according to his estranged wife Khloe Kardashian, he’s doing much better! “He’s definitely doing better which is awesome, every day is better,” Khloe told Extra’s Terri Seymour. “He’s off of all machines. He is alive on his own, and no machines are helping him, which is great. But he still has a lot of physical and cognitive therapy to go through, so it’s a long road for him.”

HollywoodLifers, do you think Khloe should listen to her mom and focus on her career? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

— Shira Benozilio