• Khloe Kardashian posted optimistic quotes on Instagram Stories a day after Tristan Thompson's trade was announced
  • He was traded by the Boston Celtics to the Sacramento Kings
  • Thompson's move will bring him back to California, where his daughter True and son Prince live

Khloe Kardashian appeared happy with the latest development in her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson's career.

News of Thompson being traded by the Boston Celtics to the Sacramento Kings was announced Saturday. But while Kardashian didn't respond directly to the trade news, her latest social media posts seemed to indicate how she's feeling at the moment, according to Us Weekly.

On Sunday, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star posted a glowing shot of herself in a nude bodysuit to Instagram before going on to share several optimistic quotes on her Instagram Story.

One of the quotes Kardashian posted was attributed to Yung Pueblo. "Happiness is not fulfilling every pleasure or getting every outcome you desire. Happiness is being able to enjoy life with a peaceful mind that is not constantly craving for more. It is the inner peace that comes with embracing change," it read.

The Good American founder also shared a quote about change that read: "Every situation in life is temporary. So, when life is good, make sure you enjoy and receive it fully. And when life is not so good, remember that it will not last forever, and better days are on the way."

Thompson's trade means he will now be residing in Sacramento, California, which is a six-hour drive from Calabasas, where Kardashian lives with their 3-year-old daughter, True.

Thompson's 4-year-old son Prince also lives in California with the NBA player's ex-girlfriend, model Jordy Craig.

Kardashian and Thompson parted ways in June amid renewed cheating accusations. However, the exes reportedly remain amicable as they co-parent their daughter.

Months before their split, the reality star had expressed concern about the distance between her and Thompson ahead of his move to Boston last year.

"I'm not opposed to Boston, but once you have kids, it’s different," Kardashian explained in an episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," which aired in June.

Kardashian was worried at the time that traveling back and forth between coasts wouldn't be good for True.

"True has her whole life in L.A. — her cousins, I have preschool class at my house. It's COVID, so I can't just take her to Boston and go find classes there. Everything's shut down. I think if it was a different year, maybe I'd be more open to uprooting her. But what am I going to do? Take her there to be in a condo there and stay inside some walls?" said Kardashian, who ultimately decided not to move to Boston.

Weeks after they decided to part ways, Thompson and Kardashian are on good terms and are even in a better place as they continue to co-parent their daughter, an unnamed source recently told Us Weekly.

"They coparent well together," the insider said, adding that the NBA star is willing to "do anything for his baby girl."

According to the source, Thompson appears to be "doing well" following their latest breakup, which came amid Instagram model Sydney Chase's claims that she had a fling with him in January.

"He has nothing but love for his daughter, and nothing but love and respect for Khloé," the source said of Thompson.

Another unnamed source told Entertainment Tonight that Kardashian currently has no plans to rekindle her romance with her ex. The tipster said that while she "still has love" for Thompson and that "there is some potential that they could get back together down the line," she "just wants to focus on herself, True and work" at the moment.

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Khloe Kardashian speaks onstage during FYI - Kocktails with Khloe panel during the A+E Networks 2016 Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa on Jan. 6, 2016 in Pasadena, California. Getty Images/Jerod Harris