She may not have her Prince Charming, but Khloé Kardashian does have a little princess. And according to the famous mama, her daughter, True Thompson, has made all the drama of the past few years worthwhile. While responding to fans on Twitter, the Kardashian seemed to hint that she’s no longer sweating the cheating scandal that tore her and Tristan Thompson apart. Instead, she’s as “focused” and motivated” as her Instagram captions claim — and so much of that focus is dedicated to baby True.
On Monday, March 18, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star went on a Twitter reply spree, talking to fans and sharing insights into her life. When True came up in the conversation, Koko couldn’t help but gush about her. “She’s my perfect baby,” she told one fan, writing to another, “She is my heart and my soul!” But it was one fan in particular that caught her attention. “I genuinely hope @khloekardashian meets someone one day that treats her with the respect she deserves,” they wrote on Twitter. “She’s been through more shiddy relationships than any one person deserves. At least she got baby True 💕✨”
Baby True made it all worth it 💕💕 Thank you for your beautiful message
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) March 18, 2019
“Baby True made it all worth it 💕💕,” Khloé agreed. “Thank you for your beautiful message.” But the love fest just continued after that as the mama admitted, “I’m such a dork lol. I get so excited for every little day with her.” And though True is heavily featured on the star’s Instagram account in adorable photos and videos that make our hearts melt, Twitter followers still want more. In fact, they want to see her on KUWTK — and Khloé admits that day will come soon.
“She will definitely be on the show. But I try to not post her that much because I don’t want to bug the f–k out of you guys LOL. I know most people don’t care about other people’s kids, but I can’t help it LOL,” she wrote. Still, based on Koko’s mentions alone, we’d say it seems like plenty of people care about her kid. So when it comes to posting even more online, we say bring it on.