Khloé Kardashian is a first-time mom to baby daughter True Thompson, but she's not doing it alone. Even with the cheating allegations against her boyfriend Tristan Thompson—and the reports that he is not living in the same house as Khloé and their newborn—Khloé's got a large support system. And most of it is family.
Considering her older sisters Kim and Kourtney Kardashian and younger sister Kylie Jenner are all moms already, it's no surprise, and that's exactly what Khloé said in a post on her app Wednesday when she called her sisters her "mom mentors."
"My sisters are all such phenomenal moms! I can't say exactly what advice or skills I'll be taking from them, but I'm going to remain awe-inspired by how they can handle it all. I hope that comes easily for me," she wrote.
"Even though I'm not big on taking advice—I don't believe there's only one-way-or-the-highway and we all have to adapt into our own routines—it's so comforting to know that I have sisters whom I can ask about anything that may come up. Just by observing them as moms, I've already learned so much."
Reports have only confirmed that the close-knit family has rallied strongly around Khloé and True.
“Kris is in Cleveland now giving Khloé as much support as possible and Kim is also heading there as well,” an insider told People last week. “They’re trying to keep her emotionally stable. The whole family is beyond pissed at Tristan. The goal is to get Khloé out of there as fast as they can without jeopardizing the safety of the baby after she’s arrived. Khloé just wants to be home.”
The Kardashian-Jenner crew, including Kim, Kourtney, and Kendall Jenner was in Cleveland on Tuesday to support her. Khloé's mom Kris Jenner had been by her side all week, though the family did depart back to California by Tuesday afternoon. It's unclear when Khloé and True will follow, though anonymous sources told People that they'd like to follow as soon as they're cleared by a doctor.