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Lamar wants to move to Italy with Khloe

09 February 2013, 09:42

Los Angeles - Khloe Kardashian's husband Lamar Odom wants them to move to Italy.

The Los Angeles Clippers basketball player plans to relocate from the US to Europe when his career finishes and he dreams of living in a small Italian village with his wife.

Khloe - who stars with her family, including sisters Kim and Kourtney, in Keeping Up with the Kardashians - said: "When it's the end of Lamar's career maybe he'll play overseas a little. I think we'll be living abroad."

Lamar has racy plans for their potential new home, adding: "We'll be tucked away in a little Italian village. Drinking wine, naked, in a field full of daisies!"

'Never to go to bed angry'

Khloe, 28, and Lamar, 33, married over three years ago in September 2009 after dating for only a month.

Although they have their disagreements like most couples, they insist they have never been happier.

Khloe told the latest issue of Us Weekly magazine: "Everyone gets on your nerves sometimes. Yes we bicker, we're both stubborn, but we make sure never to go to bed angry."

Lamar added: "And we say our prayers together. That helps. Plus this girl is going to make you talk it out! Trust me.

"It's all about working to make it work. I don't care if you're on the road or if you're a couple that spends every hour with one another. You have to give a little and take a little."

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