Her little ballerina! On October 4, Khloé Kardashian was seen escorting 3-year-old daughter True Thompson to dance class.
While the reality star wore a gray hoodie and sweatpants, True stood out in a bright pink leotard and matching hair accessories.
See the duo below!
Kardashian donned a face mask and dressed down while running her errands, sporting a pair of Yeezy sneakers, while her daughter's hot pink outfit brightened up the gloomy day.
True also seemed to be rocking some fake tattoos on her arms, which Kim Kardashian said her 8-year-old daughter, North, has become a fan of.
"She’s into Hot Topic and she puts like fake tattoos on her face and she listens to Black Sabbath," the mom-of-four revealed last month of her eldest child. "And she’s just like a full goth girl."
Class is in session! The Good American founder and the adorable tot held hands as they made their way to the dance studio.
In the past, the mom-of-one has shared footage of their dance parties on social media.
"My favorite part about being a mom, I mean it's so corny, but it's just like, no matter how tired you are, it's complete bliss, no matter what," the star told Entertainment Tonight. "It's just the best, and the love that you get and that you also get to give and receive ... it's just, it's beautiful."
At one point, the Revenge Body host gave her favorite girl a lift.
While many people have started socializing again after the pandemic, the star said that becoming a mom has changed her priorities. "I think you just reevaluate things, like, 'I don't want to do that tonight,'" she explained. "And it's OK to say no, so I can spend time with my family."
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians fan-fave is no longer romantically involved with True's father, Tristan Thompson, but she revealed that the two have been able to coparent peacefully.
"Of course, there are days that are definitely more trying, bumpy and turbulent but you never speak poorly about someone that you have a child with or even an ex at all, like at some point you chose to be in that relationship and at some point, there was love and respect, so why can't we at least find a common ground somewhere," she said.