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Youngest Kardashian sister doesn’t rule out possible future pregnancy

Khloe says she, Kim Kardashian open to the idea of children in the future, but not soon


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Sisters Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian at MGM Grand’s Wet Republic.

There’s already one Kardashian baby on the way and there may soon be another.

The youngest of reality TV’s favorite sisterly trio said on Sunday that she or middle and most famous sis, Kim, could be pregnant any day.

“You never know,” Khloe Kardashian said on Sunday at Wet Republic. “If it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be.”

Kourtney Kardashian revealed last week that she is expecting her first child with on-again/off-again boyfriend Scott Disick.

The pregnancy came as a shock to the 30-year-old socialite but she admitted she could have been more diligent.

"There's so many times I'll forget to take my (birth control) pill,” she told Ryan Seacrest last week. “I know, it's stupid."

Instead of being troubled by the unplanned baby on the way, the mother-to-be has embraced becoming a parent.

Her younger sister admitted on Sunday that she, too, could find herself pregnant.

“I could just get knocked up for no reason, you never know,” she joked at Sunday’s pool party at MGM Grand.

When asked whether she is looking to jump on the mommy wagon sometime soon, the 25-year-old said she wasn’t banking on it.

“I don’t even have a boyfriend,” she said, adding, “Neither does she,” referring to her older sister, Kim Kardashian.

Still, the youngest Kardashian sister said she expects Kim Kardashian to patch things up with ex-boyfriend Reggie Bush.

She said her sister and the New Orleans Saints running will “probably” get back together.

As she sees it, it may just be a matter of time before the pair go for a second attempt at Kardashian-Bush bliss. As star watchers see it, though, it may just be a question of social semantics.

Melissa Arseniuk writes about Las Vegas entertainment and celebrity events. She can be reached at 702-948-7823 or by e-mail at [email protected].