Bold statement! On the Thursday, April 9, episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kris Jenner claimed Tristan Thompson would happily make an embryo with Khloé Kardashian‘s frozen eggs.

“I decided that I am going to freeze my eggs, just to get you off my back,” KoKo, 35, told her mom after she tried setting her up on dates. In response, the 64-year-old asked, “Are you going to make any embryos? I am sure Tristan would be down.” However, Khloé said she’s “not there yet.”

The Good American founder and her ex have been “self-quarantining” together amid the coronavirus pandemic, a source exclusively told In Touch in March. Although the Kardashians are “convinced there’s more to it,” the former couple insists “they are just friends” and only want what’s best for their daughter, True Thompson.

Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson Self-Quarantining Amid Coronavirus

On April 9, a separate source divulged the trio are “getting along nicely” and “look like a happy, loving family.”

Despite “hating this pandemic,” Kris “sees a silver lining when it comes to Khloé’s situation,” the insider explained. “She loves that Tristan and Khloé are together, under one roof.”

True is celebrating her 2nd birthday on April 12, and the proud momager (and grandmomager) is doing everything she can to ensure she has the best day despite social distancing.

“Because she can’t be there, Kris has been frantic trying to make True’s birthday more incredible than ever,” an insider revealed to Life & Style. “She’s been FaceTiming and Zooming with True and Khloé daily. Even Tristan sticks his head in to check in on how Kris and [her boyfriend], Corey Gamble, are holding up during the lockdown.”

At least Kris was able to take, ahem, a break from her hot and heavy sex life with her man to help with party planning. Happy (almost) birthday, T!

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