Long time, no see. The Kardashian sisters are “really starting to miss seeing each other,” a source tells In Touch exclusively. “Despite all their bickering,” Kim, Khloé and Kourtney have been lonesome without family time.
“During lockdown they’ve been using FaceTiming more than ever to keep in touch,” the source says. Social distancing has been particularly rough for the eldest dash doll, 40. “Kourtney’s going stir-crazy. She’s been working out at home – lifting weights and doing cardio. She finds it helps with her anxiety and tries to get as much fresh air as possible by taking long walks,” the insider says. “Like everyone else, she can’t wait for things to get back to normal again!”
On Monday, March 23, the Poosh founder went for a stroll with her dog, Honey, and shared a cute photo of her outing on Instagram. “I’m the homeschool PE teacher,” she captioned the picture. In the comments, she received some shade for stepping out of isolation. “Stay in WTF is wrong with you? Selfish behavior,” one user wrote. In response, the mom of four clapped back, writing, “Daily homeschool PE class [is] getting them out to move their bodies and walk our dogs … far away from other humans.”
As for Khloé, she has been “self-quarantining” with her baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, for the sake of their 23-month-old daughter, True. Although, the Kardashians are “convinced there’s more to it,” another source told In Touch exclusively on Wednesday, March 25.
While the former couple are in close contact, thankfully, “they’re getting on better than ever,” the insider said. Right now, “They say they are just friends” and are trying to do what’s best for their daughter.
While Khloé and Kourtney are doing their best to stay positive, Kim is making sure to keep her family busy. “What is everyone doing to keep your kids entertained?” the SKIMS founder asked her followers on March 25. “As a family, we are social distancing, but need some fun ideas of what to do! Any suggestions would help!” Sounds like the reality TV family is hanging in there during this difficult time.
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