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Khloe Kardashian Reveals Why She 'Can't Wait to Get Back to LA'

Khloe Kardashian Reveals Why She 'Can't Wait to Get Back to LA'

Last week, True Thompson's parents were spotted enjoying a matinee at a movie theater just outside of Cleveland.

However, in her latest post on her website, Khloe is revealing that the name wasn't a totally random choice and where the inspiration came from.

One fan suggested Dua Lipa's "New Rules" which is about not taking back a guy who is bad for you. "That's where your heart belongs to".

Khloe made it very clear with her note that she is still in love with the 27-year-old athlete.

After celebrating Mother's Day in LA, Kim - who shares kids North, four, Saint, two, and newborn Chicago, with husband Kanye West - showed off her awesome haul on Monday evening, taking to Instagram to grace her feed with Khloe's bountiful offerings. To this, Khloe replied, "Tristan and True are twins LOL it's insane".

It's been an emotional rollercoaster for Khloe Kardashian lately.

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This post comes after sources told PEOPLE magazine that her family isn't too pleased with her decision to stay with cheating Thompson.

According to a May 15 report by Radar Online, Khloe Kardashian is completing shutting out her family.

But even she had to give in to some cravings from time to time. such as some Krispy Kreme donuts (if not the whole eight boxes Kris Jenner brought over), and Popeyes chicken delivery.

Khloe replied: "Auntie KiKi she loves you so much!"

Khloe shared the picture on Instagram, using a flower filter over her daughter's gorgeous face which added freckles to her complexion.


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