Khloe Kardashian gave Kim actual bag of penises for Mother's Day

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The 33-year-old "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star showed off her Mother's Day gifts in a series of Instagram Stories posts Sunday while spending the holiday with daughter True.

Last week, True Thompson's parents were spotted enjoying a matinee at a movie theater just outside of Cleveland. "That's where your heart belongs to", the quote read.

In the short video, captioned: "Happy One Month True!", the little tot can be seen smiling up at her mum as she looks intently at the camera, gently rocking side-to-side as she posed for the camera.

"Life is short, and at times, we put so many others before us, but one of our priorities should be our own happiness".

The Kardashian insider goes on to reveal that Khloe's family is very "worried" about her, because she is not acting like "the Khloe they know".


The Revenge Body host's decision to stay with Thompson has reportedly caused some tension within her family. Kardashian stayed in OH, opting not to return to Los Angeles, where the majority of her famous family celebrated on Sunday.

"Khloé has completely forgiven Tristan for cheating on her, and it really wasn't hard for her to do because he literally broke down crying in her hospital room after she had given birth to True", the source stated.

Kardashian just lately spent her first Mom's Day alone in Cleveland whereas the remainder of her household celebrated in Los Angeles.

The new mom's clapback was swift and powerful, replying back: "I mean.her dad is black silly".

True closely resembles her father - even Kardashian agrees. Tristan is said to have cheated on Khloe with at least five different women during her pregnancy before being caught in early April.

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