In spite of their recent trouble, Khloé Kardashian spent Thanksgiving with her partner Tristan Thompson. Though the Kardashian sister called their very-public marital troubles "humiliating" in a recent episode of her reality TV show, she chose to spend Thanksgiving Day with the Cavaliers player and their daughter True.

While the scandal that Thompson allegedly stepped out on Khloé with several women broke all the way back in the spring , the nature of dating a Kardashian means that past mistakes last at least through the next season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. However, they seem to have worked things out well enough to spend the holiday together as a family.     

Khloé shared a photo of herself with True on Instagram while Tristan shared a group shot of the whole family. 


Thankful you picked me 💕

A post shared by Khloé (@khloekardashian) on Nov 22, 2018 at 8:33pm PST



I'm soo blessed 🙏🏾🙏🏾 Happy thanksgiving from my family to yours #GiveThanks #blessed

A post shared by Tristan Thompson (@realtristan13) on Nov 22, 2018 at 8:46pm PST


In the most recent episode of KUWTK, Khloé admitted that it's difficult to work out their issues in the public eye. 

"It’s so much harder to deal with it when it’s so public. Everyone is giving you their opinions and their input and their unsolicited advice," she said in a confessional. "Even the nurses and the doctors — everyone kind of like, looking sideways at the whole situation. That’s hard, and it’s humiliating.”

She kept that same energy on social media, defending the fact that they have to deal with their problems in front of an audience. 

Khloé has been Team Mind Your Own for a while now. Back in May, she asked that people stop offering her unsolicited advice. While she never mentioned Tristan by name, she said that all the voices in the peanut gallery should "focus on [their] own world." 

"They love to give advice but are not living the advice that they are offering. Most of the ones giving advice are in no place to give anything at all Focus on your own world. I’m sure there’s cracks there that need your attention. We all got em," she wrote on Twitter. "Misery loves company… people can’t stand for someone else to flourish and be happy. Nowadays people thrive off ones downfall rather than their success. Sadly."