Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson could be putting any bad blood aside in the face of the world's unknown circumstances - and it's all for the sake of their daughter.
The pair have sparked more reunion rumours after a new report has revealed they're spending more time together in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, which has left families in various states of uncertainty.
According to E! News, the former couple have been hanging out a lot more than usual, with basketballer Tristan having "unexpected time off to be with the family."
This of course is referencing that the NBA season has now been called off in the US, which no doubt has left Tristan and his basketball teammates with plenty of down time.
"He is spending more time with Khloe and True than he does during the season," a source told the publication.
"It's been nice for them to be able to see him more regularly," they continued.
The source explained that Khloe was taking quarantine very seriously, and was staying safe at home with her one-year-old daughter True.
"There are no playdates or family time other than with Tristan. He is regularly over at Khloe's house and stays in contact with them when he's not."
The insider added that while the pair are in frequent contact, "They are not back together."
"They are co-parenting and giving True an opportunity to have both parents in her life at the same time."
Fans have wondered whether the pair were reuniting after realising the extent of Tristan's presence in True - and Khloe's - life.
But the former flames have remained firm that their situation is merely a co-parenting set-up - and it's been highly successful to boot.
"I want us to have a healthy, kind and, yes, a loving relationship where True can see her mum and dad hug each other when we see each other," Khloe recently said on Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
She added that Tristan had also provided some gestures to show how sorry he was.
"Tristan is really trying to show that he's sorry on a daily basis whether that be a nice gift, a text. I do appreciate that because I know that he's trying, so I think we're slowly moving into the right direction of being friends as well as excellent co-parents."