Khloe Kardashian seemed to confirm rumors that her daughter, True Thompson, was conceived via in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Rumor had it that Khloe paid a surrogate to deliver True on April 12, 2018, but the rumor was never confirmed.
In 2020, Khloe opened up that she and Tristan were planning to give True a sibling via IVF.
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star, 36, revealed she has gone through IVF "three different times" in an attempt to give their 2-year-old daughter, True Thompson, a sibling.
Khloe's sister, Kim Kardashian admitted using a surrogate for children two, three and four, while Khloe refuses to admit she never carried her daughter to term.
"I froze my eggs once already and when I was ready to make embryos with Tristan, I was making embryos," she said on Sarah Hyland's "Ellen" original digital series, "Lady Parts."
Khloe added that "none of them survived" after she thawed the eggs that she had frozen.
After the failed attempts, Khloe said she realized her eggs "weren't strong enough" to be frozen.
"They should be mixed immediately with sperm to make embryos. So I actually have made embryos," Khloe said.
She didn't explain why she doesn't simply mix her eggs with Tristan's sperm naturally, the way God intended.
"They say, 'If you wanna make God laugh, tell him your plans,'" she said. "So the one time I'm actually really trying to plan, God is saying, 'Uh uh, you can't make your plans like this.'"