Khloé Kardashian Admits Feeling 'Less Connected' to Baby Son, Says Surrogacy Was 'Hard for Me'

Khloé Kardashian did not have the same surrogacy experience as her sister Kim Kardashian.

During a conversation with Kim and Scott Disick in the season 3 premiere of The Kardashians, the newly minted mom of two, 38,

acknowledges that using a surrogate to bring her son Tatum with Tristan Thompson was "hard for me."

Khloé, according to the SKIMS co-founder, "had a really hard time accepting the whole process."

Khloé went on to explain that she felt less attached to her newborn baby than she did to her 5-year-old daughter True after she was born. "It's a mindf—. It's the strangest thing," Khloé admits.

"I do believe there is a difference when your baby is in your belly, because the baby actually feels your true heart," Kim tells the two. 

"Think about it. There is no one else on the earth who will feel you from the inside out like that, your heart."

Kim observes that it is easier for some people to connect with babies after surrogacy than others, with Khloé admitting she was having difficulty, adding, "Kim said hers was easy, and this is not easy."