Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian is reportedly pregnant, but taking pains to hide it.
TMZ broke the news in September that she and her NBA star boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, are expecting.
According to the gossip network's sources, Kardashian is three months pregnant, but doesn't know the sex of the baby yet.
Khloe's sisters, Kim Kardashian West and Kylie Jenner are also reportedly expecting, and should deliver around the same time as Khloe, in mid-January 2018.
Jenner, 20, is pregnant by rapper Travis Scott, notes the Daily Mail. Neither has confirmed the pregnancy publicly.
Kim and her rapper husband, Kanye West, are expecting their third child via surrogate, which was revealed on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
Despite TMZ's scoop, Khloe doesn't appear to be pregnant in an Oct. 16 picture she posted on Instagram, in which she flaunts her apparently flat belly.
The shot shows her and Thompson standing next to a swimming pool. In the picture, she is wearing a tight black dress and a pair of Givenchy slides.
She captioned the snap with two heart emojis and the message, "My love."
Remarking on Khloe's figure, some fans accused her of editing the picture, while others speculated the photo was old, and others declared it to be proof that she isn't pregnant at all.
"No baby bump," "where is her baby bump?" "bump disappeared," "look how small she looks," were among the comments posted in response to the picture.
Others commented: "she's not pregnant for sure," "nice picture maybe not a recent picture though as your hair is longer now, maybe memories from the summer."
Some skeptics accused the star of editing the picture, writing: "that photoshop is horrible look at his hand and the bottom of her pant leg," "if you zoom in, what happened to his hand?"
But at least one person left a positive comment, stating that "u met someone who makes you happy... and congrats on your baby."
Later the same day, Khloe posted an Instagram selfie that was cropped just above her abdomen, adding to the mystery.
She also took time to share the following relationship advice on her personal website.
I think with any relationship the key is to always have respect for one another. There are no winners in fighting. If you win, that means your partner loses, so that's not really a win for you, is it? Be the one to change first. While it takes two to couple up, it takes only one to make things a whole lot better.
No matter how old or new a relationship is, I believe in always praising your partner for the good that they bring and add to your life. It's so easy to focus on the negative, but once you start criticizing one another, it's really hard to get out of that rut.
I think keeping your own circle of friends, along with your own hobbies and interests, will only make your relationship stronger, because you're still doing your own thing.