Khloé Kardashian lost her virginity at 15, but didn't enjoy the romantic experience and was desperate to "get it over with".
The 31-year-old 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star has admitted she first made love to her boyfriend in her early teenage years, but didn't enjoy the romantic experience because she was "scared" and was desperate to "get it over with".
Speaking openly about her love life on her website khloewithak.com, the blonde beauty said: "It's not funny to lose your virginity! It's weird and you're scared and it hurts and you don't know what will happen. I was 15 and he was an older guy who wasn't a virgin. I don't really remember it hurting but I do remember that I just wanted to get it over with."
And the 'Kocktails with Khloé' host has revealed she was disappointed she didn't have an orgasm during her first steamy session, although she was eagerly expecting to.
The TV personality explained: "You definitely don't have an orgasm your first time. I didn't for the first few years! I didn't even know what the feeling was until I had one; I just liked the intimacy part. When it happened, I was like, "Ohhhhh, that's what that is!!!"
Meanwhile, Khloé - who is still married to the retired basketball player Lamar Odom - has admitted she was left heartbroken at a young age when a former boyfriend stood her up at the airport and broke off their relationship over the phone.
Speaking about her heartbreak, she said: "He was so mean. He lived in L.A. but his mom lived in Atlanta, so on Valentine's Day, he told me he was going back home to Atlanta and just left and never came back. Later on, he called me and asked me to fly out there to meet him.
"My dad warned me not to go, but I did. The guy NEVER picked me up from the airport!!! He never showed! I got a voicemail from him and he said, 'I'm sorry. I can't do this.' I was 17, in Atlanta, with no money or credit cards. My sisters told my dad and he got me a little hotel room and I took a flight back the next morning. My dad and I never, ever talked about it again. He knew how heartbroken and embarrassed I was, and I'm so thankful that he never said, 'I told you so.'"