Khloé Kardashian loves the "simpler life" she has in Cleveland with Tristan Thompson.
The 33-year-old reality star has been spending a lot of time travelling between her work base in Los Angeles and the home of her basketball player boyfriend, and though she admits the constant back and forth is "gruelling", she wouldn't have it any other way.
Khloé - who previously lived in Dallas with then-husband Lamar Odom - said: "For the past eight months, I have been basically bicoastal.
"It is gruelling, but I like being in Cleveland -- it's a much simpler life, and I actually love it and crave it. I go to a lot of basketball games. It's very [much] like my old life."
On the season premiere of 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians', Khloé - who is reportedly pregnant - played coy when asked when she wants to have a baby with 26-year-old Tristan.
She said: "I mean, I really don't know. I honestly wish we could just be together. When you make plans, God laughs.
"Tristan and I within the next 70 years we will hopefully have kids together. And if not, it'll just be him and I clubbing it up, rosé all day, living life on a yacht."
The show saw Khloé take her sisters Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian, and their pals Stephanie Shepherd and Khadijah and Malika Haqq to Cleveland for the weekend, and her siblings were shocked at how settled the former 'X Factor' host seems in Ohio.
Kim, 36, said: "This is like, official. I knew you had stuff here, but..."
She later added: "It was like, a big realisation. Khloé lives in Cleveland practically, and she's not rushing to come home anytime soon."
However, she and Kourtney are happy their younger sister has found happiness again.
Kim said: "We really do miss Khloé, and just knowing that so much of her life is here in Cleveland is hard to accept.
"I'm definitely sad that Khloé is gone, but she and Tristan are really cute together. She's got a good crew over there. She's got a good support system."
Kourtney added: "It's bittersweet. It's just sad that she's definitely not coming back anytime soon. ... But we're all living our lives and doing our own thing, so let her live hers.