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Kourtney Kardashian reveals most of her frozen eggs ‘didn't survive' as she tries to conceive with Travis Barker

Anish Vij

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On season three's premiere of The Kardashians, the famous family have dropped all sorts of bombshells regarding their private life - and we are only on episode one.

From Khloe finally revealing her son's name to Kim opening up on the 'damage' her ex-husband Kanye West has done to her kids, Kardashian fans are in for a treat in the new season.

"The cameras return as Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie invite viewers back into their lives as they navigate motherhood, co-parenting, and building their own empires," reads the season three synopsis.

"Their bond will be tested and tensions arise, but as a family they will stand together through the storm."

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Credit: Instagram/@kourtneykardash
Credit: Instagram/@kourtneykardash

Also on episode one, which aired on Hulu on 25 May, Kourtney discusses her decision to discontinue in vitro fertilization (IVF), while currently attempting to have kids with husband, Travis Barker.

The mum-of-four, 44, shares sons Reign Aston, 8, Mason Dash, 13, and daughter Penelope Scotland, 10, with ex Scott Disick.

Whereas Travis is father to daughter Alabama Luella, 17, son Landon Asher, 19, as well as stepdad to Atiana De La Hoya, ex-wife Shanna Moakler's daughter from her previous relationship with professional boxer, Oscar De La Hoya.

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Credit: Hulu
Credit: Hulu

In the episode, LEMME founder explained that she 'had seven frozen eggs from years ago, before Travis'.

"When I was 38 or 39, everyone was like pushing me to do that. Most of mine didn’t survive the thaw because eggs are one cell, and none of them made it into an embryo," Kourtney said.

"The freezing of eggs isn’t guaranteed. It’s a misunderstanding, people do it thinking it's a safety net, and it's not."

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She also revealed that the whole situation 'took a toll' on her general health and well-being, reminding us that health is well and truly wealth.

"My health is still impacted because it's hormones, and mentally it definitely took a toll," she said.

"I think being happy is what's important and being a good parent to my kids.

"We're just embracing that whatever is meant to be will be."

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Kourtney stressed that she does 'believe what God has in store'.

Back in December, the reality star said she stopped IVF treatments for 10 months.

"Finally started getting my energy back 10 months after stopping IVF," she wrote in an Instagram story.

"For anyone else going through it, it gets better!"

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The Kardashians season three is available to watch from May 25 on Hulu, Disney+ internationally, and Star+ in Latin America.

Topics: Kourtney Kardashian, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Celebrity, TV And Film

Anish Vij
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