He’s in love with the Koko! Lamar Odom’s accident and recovery has brought him back into the life of his estranged wife, Khloe Kardashian, and now that she’s single, they’re ‘closer than ever.’ Keep reading for the latest on a possible happy ending to this tragic love story.
Lamar Odom, 36, has always maintained his devotion and love for his wife, Khloe Kardashian, 31. And while she has dated since their split, Khloe never finalized her divorce from the troubled NBA star. Plus, she is single again after breaking up with her other NBA boyfriend, James Harden, 26. So does this mean there’s a chance for a reconciliation? Well, Khloe and Lamar are now “closer than ever.”
Lamar’s accident has brought him and Khloe, “closer than ever,” a source told E! News. Lamar has been busy for months, working hard to regain his health and strength, following his accident, which landed him in hospitals for weeks. “When Lamar isn’t in physical therapy, he is with Khloe,” shared the source.
“They continue to be closer than ever. No one really knows what will happen with them in the future,” the source added. Now that Khloe has made herself available, perhaps there is room to let Lamar back in her life for good? She moved him into a home in her neighborhood so she could help manage his health.
It’s clear the whole Kardashian family still has a lot of affection for Lamar. Sister-in-law Kim Kardashian joined Khloe and Lamar for some exercise on Feb. 7, and shared a picture of the hike labeled, “Super Soul Sunday,” online.
Doctors have called Lamar’s recovery nothing short of miraculous. And Khloe has a big role in that miracle. She stayed by his side when he first landed in the hospital and has helped him every step of the way with his rehab and recovery. Lamar, “has a very positive attitude, Khloe is so proud of him. She encourages and motivates him everyday,” says the source for E!.
What do you think HollywoodLifers? Is a happy ending even possible? Would you like to see Khloe and Lamar back together and maybe finally start a family together?