Clucky Kardashian jealous of hubby

Khloe Kardashian.
Khloe Kardashian. Bang ShowBiz

KHLOE Kardashian won't "force" getting pregnant.

The reality TV star - who married Los Angeles Lakers player Lamar Odom in September 2009 after a whirlwind romance - admits she wants to have a child but isn't worried if it takes time to conceive.

She said: "It's in God's hands, and let it happen when it happens. I'm 26. It should happen naturally. I don't want to force it. I would love to have a baby, and if I get pregnant, I get pregnant. I don't think, like my biological clock is ticking!"

However, it would appear Kourtney's husband - who has 12-year-old Destiny and eight-year-old Lamar Jr. with ex-girlfriend Lisa Morales - does not share the same view, as she admitted he is keen to have a baby "right now".

She added to People magazine: "He's already a great dad. He has two beautiful children who he is an amazing father to. But he definitely wants a baby right now."

Another thing the couple appear to disagree on is how friendly the basketball hunk is to fans.

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star reportedly stormed out of New York venue Juliet Supper Club on Sunday night (15.08.10), after numerous women congratulated her husband on his Team USA win over France.

An onlooker told "Women kept stopping by the table to say hi to the guys. After only 10 minutes, Khloe's jealousy got the best of her and she stormed out. I overheard Khloe cursing Lamar out for being too friendly. But Lamar didn't really seem bothered when she left."

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