Khloe Kardashian: 'Lamar is learning how to walk again'

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Khloe Kardashian has revealed the full extent of Lamar Odom’s mental and physical injuries after he suffered a stroke and fell into a coma in October. Speaking to chat show host Ellen DeGeneres she said although the NBA star is recovering he still has a long way to go.

The reality TV star admitted that the last few weeks have been incredibly tough for her and her family but they are they are feeling "positive" about the basketball players’ recovery.

"He is off all the machines that help his organs but he has such a long way to go," said the Keeping Up With the Kardashian star, adding, "He's learning how to walk again and feed himself again and put sentences together."

Khloe spoke to chat show host Ellen DeGeneres about Lamar's improving condition

Explaining that the stroke not only affected the 6ft 10 star’s body but also his brain, the clothes designer explained "Cognitively there is a lot...it's a long long road ahead. He couldn't put words together today. But he understands. He's really confused a lot we have to remind him. Every day is different."

In a bid to protect him however, Lamar’s friends and family haven’t told the sports player how he ended up in hospital "I can't tell him. We tell him he had a brain injury. I can't tell him how that brain injury was caused. It will set him back."

Khloe has revealed that the basketball star is learning to walk again after suffering a stroke

Speaking about her complicated love life Kim’s sister explained why she called off her divorce: "I love [Lamar] and I’ve always loved him. And that will never change and I just feel like it’s a really insensitive thing to fast forward a divorce."

She also opened up about how her current boyfriend James Harden is dealing with everything that is going on, saying: "It’s definitely a very unique situation, to say the least. Yeah he’s fine with it. I mean we have to communicate a lot. And he’s really supportive and great. I think the press and everything they make it more complicated."

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