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Khloe's hubby's sexting mishap

KHLOE Kardashian's husband sent a sexy text message to a teammate.

The 27-year-old socialite says her spouse, LA Lakers player Lamar Odom, is so bad with technology he couldn't get to grips with using his phone to send a raunchy communication to her.

Khloe said: "We were sexting, and he accidentally sent the text to a teammate. That's how bad he is with technology, he sends it to the wrong person!"

Khloe and Lamar would love to raise a family together, but the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star admitted she had no idea it would be "so hard" to get pregnant.

Speaking on Today, she said: "We would love to have kids. It's so hard. I never knew about ovulation and the limited amount of time you have to get pregnant. I never knew about that. No one ever taught me that.

"With schedules such as ours, it's hard to hit that mark, but I definitely want to have kids."

Khloe and Lamar celebrated their second wedding anniversary last week and the reality TV star took to her blog to pay tribute to her husband and "best friend".

She wrote: "Two years ago today I married my best friend and the love of my life. WOW.

"Can you believe it's been two years?! 730 days, and I still feel like a newlywed, I still blush when my hubby says my name, and I still get giddy when he's about to walk in the door.

"I truly am the luckiest girl in the world and I count my blessings every single day. Happy Anniversary to the love of my life!"

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