Khloe Kardashian has praised the women in her family as being ''strong and resilient'', as well as applauding their ''family bond''.
Khloe Kardashian has praised the women in her family as being ''strong and resilient''.
The 33-year-old reality star - who welcomed her daughter True into the world just over one month ago - has taken to her app, khloewithak.com, to applaud the ''family bond'' between her and her famous family, including her sisters Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian, half-sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and mother Kris Jenner.
Khloe wrote: ''The KarJen women are all so incredibly strong and resilient. We all learn and support each other fully, and have such a love and desire to remain close.
''This is how I know our family bond will never be broken. I'm so proud to be part of our family! (sic)''
Her comments come after she posted a cryptic message on Instagram earlier this week which seemingly suggested she had forgiven her boyfriend and True's father Tristan Thompson after he was accused of having cheated on her when a video emerged of him seemingly getting close to another woman just days before the birth of their daughter.
A quote posted on her Instagram story reads: ''It's all about who you look for in a crowded room. That's where your heart belongs to.''
Meanwhile, Khloe's sister and 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' co-star Kim Kardashian West recently admitted she was ''rooting'' for the pair, in the hopes that they would reconcile.
She said: ''I'm always rooting for her. I'm always rooting for love. I'm always rooting for families.''
Despite Kim's optimism, it was previously reported that members of Khloe's family - which also includes brother Rob Kardashian - and close friend circle were shocked by her decision to forgive Tristan.
Sources said that the family were hopeful that Khloe would ''move on'' from Tristan but remain civil for the sake of their child. However, they respect Khloe's decision to rekindle the romance and support the relationship, if it's what Khloe wants.
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