'Pregnant' Khloe Kardashian talks curves at Good American's first anniversary party

The star is reportedly expecting her first baby with boyfriend Tristan Thompson

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Khloe Kardashian avoided questions about her rumoured pregnancy over the weekend, but did comment that she loves to embrace her curves at a fashion event. Khloe made her first public appearance since news of her pregnancy broke at the one-year anniversary of her clothing line, Good American, on Saturday. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, who is dating basketball star Tristan Thompson, hid her stomach in a loose silky black shirt, teamed with the Good American Good Legs Waxed leggings at the event, held in Century City, California.

"My weight fluctuates all the time and I love that at any size I feel comfortable," she reality star told reporters, according to People.  She added: "When I was bigger and wore bigger clothes I looked even bigger. I love embracing my curves no matter what size I am."

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Khloe Kardashian is reportedly pregnant with her first child

Khloe overhauled her body after she split from husband Lamar Odom in 2013. The 33-year-old has happily showed off her dramatic weight loss in numerous sexy Instagram snaps ever since, though in recent weeks there has been a noticeable lack of any body-baring photos.

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Talking about her social media posts, Khloe divulged that a lot of thought goes into what she shares with her 69.4 million Instagram followers. "I think really thinking about what you're gonna post before you post (a photo), still staying true to you but know that once you put something out there it lives on the internet," she mused. "Nowadays you can't escape anything. So whatever you stand for if you believe in that, I'm not saying you can't post sexy images or anything like that but just think about what you want to do with your career and your life and if that is on brand for you and that's going to make you proud later in life then post it.

"I think that's, all you can do is live for yourself. You can't worry about what anyone else thinks but still think about at least five to 10 years in front of you because those things come back to haunt you."