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Khloe Kardashian calls off divorce, saying 'There's no rush'

Despite calling off their divorce, Khloe Kardashian has stated that she and Lamar Odom will not be getting back together romantically.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has broken her silence and opened up about her situation with her estranged husband.

Odom, 35, was found unconscious in a high-end Las Vegas brothel on Oct 13 due to a drug overdose.

Kardashian has been by the former NBA star's side in the hospital ever since.

However, she explains to People magazine that everything is far more complicated than it appears.

Khloe Kardashian at Cosmopolitan's 50th Birthday Celebration in West Hollywood. The television personality recently opened up to People's magazine about her situation with estranged husband Lamar. PHOTO: AFP/ FREDERICK M. BROWN

"There are too many other important things, too many medical things," Kardashian,31, tells the magazine.

"It's not even in our brains thinking about us as a couple or having a relationship right now. There is a very long road ahead of him, and he has to walk that road by himself. But I'll be there supporting him every step of the way."

E! News confirmed that Kardashian and Odom decided to put their legal split on hold following his health crisis as it was what she felt was "the right thing to do right now" and that "there's no rush".

Still legally married, Kardashian has been overseeing and making the medical decisions for Odom as his next-of-kin.

Prior to Odom's hospitalisation, she was reportedly dating NBA star James Harden, 26.

NBA star James Harden has been spotted on dates with Khloe Kardashian over the summer. PHOTO: AFP/ ETHAN MILLER

However, it seems that with everything that is going on, her future with the Houston Rockets player is unclear as well.

"His season is starting," said Kardashian. "And I'm just allowing everything to unfold. If it's ever too overwhelming [for him], then I understand that as well."

Sources: E! News, People

 

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