We know the Kardashian-Jenners are a close-knit family, but the relationship between the youngest members of the fam just got a whole lot cuter thanks to Khloe Kardashian's latest revelation.
Speaking about her daughter True Thompson in a new interview, Khloe has explained how the three-year-old thinks her cousins are her siblings - particularly Kim Kardashian's youngest son Psalm West, age two. So cute!
Discussing the cousins' sweet relationship, Khloe revealed exclusively to E! News, "It's amazing. I just pray it never stops. They all think they're like, weirdly brother and sisters."
"I think like True thinks, we call Psalm [West] 'baby Psalm,' so she's always like, 'my brother!' And I just don't correct her because I think it's so cute," Khloe continued.
Khloe went on to describe how True compares to the other Kardashian-Jenner children. Discussing True's love of gymnastics, she explained, "She's a gymnastics girl, I just love watching her. She's very careful too, so watching her just be really timid and careful while her cousins have no fear, I'm proud of her for being a careful girl."
Plus, Khloe also shared how True isn't as competitive as the other members of her family. "Thank goodness!" she said. "She's very sweet and she's a very empathetic girl, she doesn't like if other people cry. She's just very sensitive to those things," Khloe explained before adding, "She's three, so I don't know when competitive things happen."
True and Psalm, aged three and two, are among the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner children. They're around the same age as Kim's third child Chicago and Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi, who are both also three - so it's sweet to see the cousins all growing up so closely in age.
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