Khloe Kardashian may have tried to keep her love life as quiet as possible after her painful divorce with Lamar Odom. But being a part of reality TV's royal family, it's definitely hard for the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star to keep her personal life a secret. Now, rumor has it that Khloe may already be engaged with Tristan Thompson while ex-beau James Harden is still not over her and wants her back.

The 32-year-old TV personality, model, and host sparked rumors when she was spotted wearing a giant sparkler on her wedding finger. Although it is clear as day that Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson are getting serious by the minute, the reality star has not made any comment if she is indeed engaged to the 25-year-old Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player.

Khloe Kardashian's BFF dishes on her relationship with Tristan Thompson

Malika Haqq had been with Khloe Kardashian during her happy times and also during her tough times. The reality star's BFF has seen it all and has recently revealed that her pal is definitely in a happy place now with Tristan Thompson.

"She is so unbelievably happy, and I couldn't be happier for her," Malika Haqq told Us Weekly. The star then added that Khloe Kardashian is doing "amazing."

James Harden still not over split from Khloe Kardashian?

Meanwhile, It seems that Khloe's "Revenge Body" is actually working as men are just falling on her lap and can't seem to quit her. James Harden is reportedly having a tough time playing at his ex' hometown of Los Angeles and took out his anger on the LA Clippers.

While that does not exactly mean that he wants Khloe Kardashian back, it appears that he is still bothered by their split.

“James took out all his frustrations of being in LA last night on the Clippers as he and the team completely dominated in all facets," a source told Hollywood Life.

"James doesn’t like LA very much because it reminds him of his ex Khloe and he made sure to get out all his aggression out on the Staples Center court. It made things even better for him that many people probably saw the game as it was on ESPN.”