Khloe Kardashian's Latest Jewelry Is Turning Heads

Earlier this year, Khloe Kardashian reunited with baby daddy Tristan Thompson after a months-long campaign by the NBA player to prove himself to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star. When Thompson was signed with the Boston Celtics, a source close to the couple confirmed they would be splitting their time between Massachusetts and California going forward. Still, it's been a long, difficult road for the superstar couple who share daughter True, 2 ½.

Reports circulated that Thompson had cheated on Kardashian, including while she was pregnant, leading the reality star to sever ties with him romantically. During the 19th season of KUWTK, Thompson made a major effort to win her back and the two confirmed they were once again an item in October, as E! News confirmed at the time. Although Kardashian was adamant about taking things slowly, a recent jewelry acquisition has fans wondering whether she's changed her mind.

Fans are convinced Khloe and Tristan are engaged

As Page Six reports, the Good American co-founder has been photographed wearing a huge diamond sparkler on her left ring finger. The eye-catching piece of jewelry was clearly visible as Khloe Kardashian enjoyed an afternoon with little True in Boston, where the two ladies are reportedly planning to spend the holidays with Thompson. A bridal diamond expert estimated the ring to be worth at least $1 million. Likewise, James Allen's director of communications Shannon Delaney-Ron advised, of the ring's unusual design, "Three-stone rings represent past, present and future."

Therefore, "If this is an engagement ring, it's a beautiful representation of their relationship and future together." However, according to the Daily Mail, the ring is definitely not what fans are thinking. An insider confirmed Kardashian and Thompson are not engaged, but there's no word yet on whether the rock was an early Christmas gift for the busy mother, which seems likely considering how hard her baby daddy has been working to make things right.