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Khloe Kardashian Wants To Be The First One To Hug & Kiss Lamar Odom When He Recovers

Wed, October 14, 2015 3:50pm EDT by 6 Comments

Khloe Kardashian isn’t planning on leaving Lamar Odom’s side any time soon. An insider close to the reality star revealed EXCLUSIVELY to that Khloe wants to be the first person there for Lamar when he recovers from this horrific incident.

When Lamar Odom, 35, wakes up and recovers from his coma, Khloe Kardashian, 31, wants to be the first person to hug and kiss him, an insider tells EXCLUSIVELY. The reality star has been by Lamar’s side in a Las Vegas hospital since she was notified of his condition and she’s staying optimistic about the former NBA player’s outcome.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is understandably upset by the situation Lamar is in, but she’s hoping he’ll get through it. “Everyone, Khloe the most, just wants to be here for Lamar and help him get through this,” an insider revealed EXCLUSIVELY to “Khloe is not leaving his side. She wants to be the first person he hugs and kisses the minute he’s able to stand on his own two feet.” This entire situation is heartbreaking, but Khloe is trying her best to stay strong for Lamar.

Even though Khloe is staying hopeful and has her family by her side as she goes through this tragic ordeal with Lamar, it’s been taking a toll on her. “She’s beside herself and absolutely doesn’t want this to end badly. She’s not left Lamar’s bedside since she arrived and doesn’t intend to,” the source continued to tell us. “She’s there, standing over him, looking at him in disbelief. This is incredibly painful for her. It’s like she’s living in a nightmare.”

Lamar was found unconscious and laying face down in a luxury brothel in Pahrump, Nevada on Oct. 13. When staff members checked on the 35-year-old, had a mucous-type fluid coming out of his mouth and they immediately called 911. The former NBA player was then transported to Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada where he is in a coma and breathing with the help of a ventilator.

Our thoughts are with Lamar and his family during this difficult time.

— Michelle Phi, reporting by Eric Ray Mitchell