It's no secret Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom want a baby, but season two of their reality show, "Khloe & Lamar," will take an intimate look into their painful struggle to start a family.
Khloe recently denied that she's undergoing fertility treatments, writing on Twitter, "Because there seems to be much speculation, here is my statement... I am not at this time in my life considering any type of fertility treatments. If and when I do, I will shout it from the rooftops but for now its in Gods hands."
But in an extended promo that aired after the season finale of "Kourtney & Kim Take New York," viewers got a first look at the emotional toll their fertility issues are taking on them. In one clip Khloe asks Lamar, "“Were you jealous that Kourtney got pregnant again?” And he admits, "Yes, they get to have another baby and I don't."
It's heartbreaking to watch, but it's just part of the drama in the couple's lives, as season two of "Khloe & Lamar" documents their move to Dallas after Lamar was traded to the Mavericks.
Khloe has been nothing but supportive of her sister since she announced she was pregnant, and we can't imagine how hard it must be to hear Lamar (who has Destiny, 13, Lamar Jr., 8, and Jayden, who tragically died at the age of 6-months from SIDS in 2006, with ex-girlfriend Liza Morales) admit he's jealous.
Last week Khloe shared a 30-second trailer for the show on her blog and wrote:
"Just wanted to share this Khloe & Lamar sneak peek from the upcoming season. It premieres February 19 and I could not be more excited! So much has happened this season with Lamar’s trade, the move and all of the other fun/drama in our lives. The move definitely plays a huge part in the show, and as you’ll see it was definitely an adjustment for everyone. But no matter what, at the end of the day, Lam and I have each other and that’s all that matters :)"
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