Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson have had a rough few months, following allegations he cheated on her throughout her pregnancy.
But the pair looked more loved-up than ever as they headed out for dinner at Craigs, in West Hollywood.
The couple – who share daughter True together – kept their heads down as they made their way into the restaurant, clutching onto each others hands.
The 34-year-old looked incredible for the swanky outing, opting for a Versace patterned two-piece on the date night.
While the Cleveland Cavaliers player went for a more casual look, in a white jumper, paired with black tracksuit bottoms and a baseball cap.
However, while the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was flawless for the evening, there is one person who had something to say about her outfit…
In fact, Towies Gemma Collins hinted the mum-of-one may have stolen the look from her very own Boohoo collection…
Taking to Instagram, the GC shared side-by-side shots of the outfits for her 983k followers, telling them: Shes my QUEEN.I wore it first though ….. My collection with @boohoo.
Weve got to hand it to her, they do look pretty damn similar…
Apart from that price tag, of course…
Khloes evening out comes amid reports she has decided to forgive Tristan, amid intense cheating allegations.
The pair were rocked as a video emerged of the 27-year-old appearing to kiss another woman, during a night out in New York, just days before Khlo gave birth to baby True.
Soon after, more clips surfaced of him getting intimate with another mystery woman, before motorboating a third.
However, while the couple have kept quiet over the allegations, an insider revealed all has been forgiven.
A source told People: Shes needed some relaxing time, and time with Tristan. And she deserves it! Shes the best mum and is so devoted to True.
Shes glad things are going well with Tristan.
She can forgive him and move on, but I dont think shell ever forget.
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