Khloé Kardashian ‘not ready’ for True’s first day of school

Khloé Kardashian may have supplies for her daughter True’s first day of school, but she’s “if not ready.”

The 38-year-old “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” posted a photo on her Instagram Story on Wednesday of three monogrammed backpacks and matching pencil cases.

“The cutest!!!!” she squirted. “Thank you @stoneyclover.

“The most perfect backpacks for True’s first day of school,” Kardashian went on to write about the 4-year-old’s upcoming milestone. “OMG I’m so not ready for this.”

The “Kardashians” star’s social media upload came a week after news broke that she and her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson are expecting baby No. 2 via surrogate.

Khloe Kardashian
Kardashian received “the cutest” backpacks for the 4-year-old.

“Khloé and Tristan already had the baby in the making when the scandal hit,” an insider told Vidak For Congress on July 13, referring to the NBA player, 31, who was caught cheating again in December 2021.

“By this time Khloé was like, ‘I’m going to do it alone,'” the source continued, noting that the blinker pair were no longer together.

Khloe Kardashian's daughter True
The reality star gave birth to True in April 2018.

While Kardashian was taking a short Instagram break — and has yet to comment on her impending arrival — she returned to the app on Tuesday with a slideshow featuring True.

“Me and my best girl make the best memories,” she captioned sweet beach snaps with the little one. “I’ll have your back forever, my angel girl.”

Khloe Kardashian and True
In April 2019, Kardashian joked that she couldn’t “think” of True going to school.

Kardashian gave birth to her daughter in April 2018.

Celebrating True’s birthday the following year, the Hulu personality tweeted that she couldn’t even “think” that her child would one day start kindergarten.

As for the university, Kardashian was kidding“I’m going where she goes.”

In October 2020, Kardashian homeschooled True and her cousins ​​Chicago and Stormi amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“I know the kids are young,” she wrote via Instagram at the time. “They were so used to their group classes that they were taking before COVID hit. So we wanted to give the girls a kindergarten class. Bring back a little bit of normality.”

The co-creator of Good American shared photos of herself reading to the toddlers and helping them make crafts.

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