Khloe Kardashian ridiculed for bragging about caring for 2-year-old daughter True without a nanny in lockdown

Khloe said the toddler, whom she shares with basketball player Tristan Thompson, has been accompanying her during her workouts because she doesn't have a babysitter due to lockdown


                            Khloe Kardashian ridiculed for bragging about caring for 2-year-old daughter True without a nanny in lockdown
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Social media users poked fun at Khloe Kardashian Tuesday, October 13, after she reportedly boasted about taking care of her daughter, True, without any help from nannies. The 36-year-old 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star has been looking after her two-year-old without any assistance owing to the COVID-19 lockdown. However, her critics say, "big f***ing deal."

Khloe said the toddler, whom she shares with basketball player Tristan Thompson, has been accompanying her during her workouts because she doesn't have a babysitter due to the status quo, The Sun reported.

Khloe Kardashian attends Abyss By Abby - Arabian Nights Collection Launch Party at Casita Hollywood on January 21, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images)

She admitted she had to modify her fitness routine to include little True. "I definitely think because of my fitness journey and already having such a regimented schedule when it comes to working out, it kind of kept me sane during these crazy times," she told Refinery29.

"I had to learn to adapt by doing mommy-daughter workouts," the reality TV star continued. "[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."

The socialite is hoping to inspire her daughter by working out every day. "I want to show my daughter, by example, that there are healthy ways to be active every day. You don't have to be so rigid in the gym," she said. "I like to work out early, it just sets the tone for the rest of my day, it makes me want to eat better and be active and healthy. By her seeing me like this, I hope she's active and takes care of herself."

However, the TV star was slammed for her remarks on social media. "Khloe Kardashian reveals she’s had no nannies during the lockdown. Big f**king deal," one tweeted. "Who cares. You are not the only person with migraines. Real women that have to work and take care of their family. Now those should be on the show talking how hard it is. Not a stupid Kardashian’s with money and nannies and maids," another added. "She probably has a small army of nannies," a third chimed in.



 



 



 

In recent months, Khloe has also been facing backlash for her "changing face" in photos, with critics accusing her of getting a number of surgeries as well as editing her posts. Nonetheless, the star purportedly thinks she "looks great" and "doesn't care" about the trolling.

"Her transformation is due to hard work in the gym," one source told Us Weekly. "She hasn’t done a major surgery, just small treatments like micro-injections, laser work, and facial contouring."

"Khloé doesn’t care about the backlash she’s been getting from fans saying she doesn’t look like herself in her recent photos," a second source added. "She thinks she looks great. And actually [she] does not care what people think as long as she’s happy."

Last week, Khloe was subjected to major photoshopping accusations when her photoshoot for a new beauty brand partnership was published. The former 'Revenge Body' host, however, pushed back against the criticism a few days later.

"I’ll never understand how bored or unhappy some people can be," she wrote on Twitter. "I am someone who would never comment on something unless it’s positive. I believe in uplifting and complimenting one another. Who has the time chiiiillllldddd?! Time is precious boo. I’m spending it on happy things."



 

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