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Khloe Kardashian talks baby plans and daddy identity

Teases for the upcoming season of "Khloe & Lamar" reveal that Mavericks man Lamar Odom is jealous about the fact that his sister-in-law, Kourtney Kardashian, is expecting another baby when he and Khloe are still waiting for baby No. 1. It's a reaction that took his wife by surprise.

"It's always on the plan for Lamar and I to start a family," Kardashian revealed during a Wednesday morning visit to TODAY. "But when I heard that (he was jealous), it really broke my heart to hear that cause I didn't think he felt that way. I mean, definitely we want kids. But we really are 'when it happens, it happens.'"

Which means all of those all of those rumors about the couple turning to fertility treatments to help them start a family are nothing more than rumors. That's a message Kardashian hopes will make it all the way to fertility centers in her new hometown.

"Yesterday, I actually got sent all of these bouquets of flowers, which was so sweet, to my condo in Dallas," she explained. "I read the card and it's from three different fertility (centers), saying, 'I hope you try us out!' This is a little presumptuous that I'm getting Valentine's Day flowers from three different (places)."

Especially when Kardashian insists that she and Odom are trying for a baby "the old-fashioned way."

And what about the other rumor that's kept Kardashian name in the headlines for weeks? The one that claims Robert Kardashian isn't her biological father and instead O.J. Simpson or even her mother's longtime friend and hairdresser, Alex Roldan, could be the mystery man? On that topic, one that she's responded to with angry tweets in the past, Kardashian joked, "I don't know who my daddy is!"

Viewers will no doubt learn more about that story, as well as just how successful the couple's "old-fashioned" efforts have been when the new season of "Khloe & Lamar" premieres Feb. 19 at 10 p.m. ET on E!

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