Khloe Kardashian has been hilariously mocked by her followers after she boasted about looking after her daughter True without a nanny.
The 36-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star proudly bragged about singlehandedly looking after her daughter during the lockdown and revealed that she even had to keep her entertained while she worked out.
Speaking to Refinery29, the reality star revealed that working out helped her keep ‘sane’ during the lockdown.
However, Khloe revealed that True – whom she shares with Tristan Thompson – had to come along because she doesn’t have a nanny.
“I had to learn to adapt by doing mommy-daughter workouts,” she told the publication.
She added: “[True] is obviously not working out, but it’s things like me putting her in a wagon and sprinting up a hill.
“I belted a wagon to my waist because I don’t have any help. We’re all just trying to figure it out.”
Khloe’s fans quickly slammed the star for bragging about something that the majority of families have to deal with every day.
“So she’s doing something Millions of families are doing? She’s like a Modern day Mother Teresa…” added another.
A third shared a meme that featured a ‘tiny violin’.
While admitting that she had her hands full with looking after her daughter, Khloe also recently praised Tristan for stepping up to parenting duties.
The 29-year-old basketball player is currently living with Khloe and their daughter, and the reality star is reportedly “impressed” with his efforts.
A source recently told People: “Khloé is the happiest. Tristan still lives with Khloé and True in Los Angeles. Everything is great with Khloé and Tristan.
“Their focus is True and they keep doing fun family activities together.”
They added: “She is very impressed with how he has stepped up.”
It comes after months of rumours that the pair had rekindled their relationship after living together during the pandemic.
So far, Khloe and Tristan are yet to confirm whether they have actually given their relationship another shot.
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