KHLOE KARDASHIAN CALLS TRISTAN THOMPSON HER BEST FRIEND: Khloe Kardashian is celebrating her boyfriend Tristan Thompson. She honored the NBA player on his 30th birthday Saturday, praising him and his relationship with their daughter, True. “The ones that are meant to be are the ones who go through everything that is designed to tear them apart and they came out even stronger than they were before,” she wrote alongside several images of the family of three spending time together. “Thank you for showing me everything you said you would. For the father you are. For the best friend I have in you,” she continued. “I'm thankful that I can do absolutely nothing with you and it feels like everything. I hope you know today and everyday how loved you are by me and so many.” The pair got together again during the pandemic after splitting up after he stepped out on her.
ALL BETTER: After a rough patch, Nikki Bella and fiancé Artem Chigvintsev are on solid ground after heading to couples therapy together. She told Us Weekly: “We don’t even have to keep going because it’s — I mean, it’s good to always have checkups — but all of a sudden, our sessions turned into, like, you just sit there. You’re like, ‘Oh, I’m really loving right now. Like, there’s no problems.’ It’s like we didn’t know what to talk about.”
LO BOSWORTH TALKS BRAIN INJURY: Lo Bosworth is opening up about her “traumatic brain injury.” On Saturday, the Laguna Beach and The Hills alum shared her story, writing: “Two years ago in March I suffered a traumatic brain injury I didn't tell you guys about. I was at a restaurant in lower Manhattan (which shall remain nameless bc accidents happen) and while sitting in a banquet had one of the swinging kitchen doors fall off its hinges and on to my head.” She added, “I was in the hospital and suffered a moderate to severe concussion for months. I took weeks off work and the road to recovery was long. I remember visiting a friend a few weeks later and feeling totally lost on 3rd avenue and 21st street, not knowing which direction to walk in. I still struggle to recall words from time to time and get my thoughts out coherently 2 years later.”