Khloe Kardashian’s daughter, True Thompson, paints her face with lipstick and gets it on the furniture
Khloé Kardashian spent a lot of time parenting with her daughter True Thompson while they were quarantined at home.
And the two found a new way to enjoy themselves when True, two, decided to experiment with some of her mom’s makeup.
The 36-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star posted a hilarious Instagram video on Friday of her daughter’s face smeared with red lipstick while putting on a show in the bathroom mirror.
Makeup party: Khloé Kardashian, 36, posted some adorable snaps of her daughter True Thompson, two, smeared lipstick on her face on Friday, plus a video of her dancing in the mirror
Khloé caught True admiring herself in the mirror with a gold lipstick tube in her hand.
The little girl was wearing a plain gray T-shirt with pink tie-dyed shorts and her hair tied in small buns.
True took a swipe of the lipstick for the time being, before going all-in and smearing it on her lips and face.
It seems like she liked what she saw, and she started waving and hugging her arms in front of the mirror.
Posing: ‘Someone felt themselves,’ Khloé captioned True’s photos with lipstick on her face, along with lip emojis
Oops: The toddler was sitting in a fluffy pink chair in her mom’s bathroom, but she seemed to have lost control and left a lipstick stain all over the chair
Make-up failure: “Here goes the chair !!” Khloé’s mother Kris Jenner said
“Do you look beautiful?” Khloé asked as she filmed before asking if she could see True’s face.
She turned and showed her Joker-like red lips, which her mother immediately chuckled.
“Someone felt himself,” captioned the photos, along with lip emojis.
Khloé also shared some adorable close-ups of True after she painted her face.
The toddler was sitting in a fluffy pink chair in her mother’s bathroom, but she seemed to have lost control and left a lipstick stain all over the chair.
“There goes the chair !!” Khloé’s mother Kris Jenner said.
Captivating: Khloé filmed True admiring herself in the mirror with a gold lipstick tube in her hand
Time for a party! She seems to have enjoyed what she saw after smearing the lipstick on her face, and she started waving her arms in front of the mirror and hugging
“Do you look pretty?”: True turned to reveal her Joker-like red lips, which Khloé immediately smiled
She may not have liked cleaning up her daughter’s junk, but Khloé had positive feelings about quarantining with True during a performance on The view earlier this month.
“You put someone else far ahead of your needs and I think it gives you a different drive in life. [True has] certainly made me softer. ‘
Earlier on Monday, Khloé and True hugged each other while trying out some fun filters for Instagram, including one that gave them dog ears and wagging tongues.
Tongues Out: The two then tried glittery pink dog ears on Monday, with a button nose and active pink sparkling tongue
Time alone was also beneficial for the host of the Revenge Body to strengthen her parenting relationship with True’s father Tristan Thompson, 29
Time alone was also beneficial for the host of the Revenge Body to strengthen her parenting relationship with True’s father Tristan Thompson, 29.
The two broke up last year after kissing Kylie Jenner’s former boyfriend Jordyn Woods at a party, but he had previously been caught on multiple hookups with other women.
She said People: “With my parents and seeing how seamless it seemed they were doing, we never knew anything negative. I’m sure it was difficult for them too, but we never knew anything negative.
‘My stepfather [Caitlyn Jenner] and my father played golf once a week and my father came to eat once a week and that was for my little sisters, that was their uncle Robert. We were very close and it was all led with love.
“So many people don’t understand, but I love to lead and we put our child first. If you have that mindset, everything else follows easily, “she added.
“We have a family together. Don’t make it harder by dragging your feet. This will be forever so we want to make the most of it. ‘
Making it work: ‘We have a family together. Don’t make it harder by dragging your feet. This will be forever so we want to make the most of it, “she told People about co-parenting; shown in 2018