July 21, 2018

Khloé Kardashian shows fans her new 'True' diamond jewelry

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Khloé Kardashian flaunted her diamond-encrusted ring shaped into her daughter's name - TRUE.

A short clip she posted to her Instagram shows the ring on her finger and two photos of True, one of which shows her yawning.

"Cutest," the 34-year-old reality star captioned the post, which has been viewed almost 60,000 times.

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Khloé and her boyfriend Tristan Thompson welcomed their baby girl in April.

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The expensive-looking ring with a diamond-encrusted band was on her wedding ring finger. Khloé has yet to receive an engagement ring from Tristan.

The Revenge Body host has been sharing photos of her first child with the Canadian basketball player on social media.

Back in December 2017, social media was abuzz when the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star announced that she and Tristan were expecting their first child together.

The announcement came after almost three months of pregnancy rumors.

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Just weeks after she gave birth to their baby, a cheating scandal involving the basketball player broke.

Khloé, who is involved in the retail and fashion industries with her sisters Kourtney and Kim, has been quietly raising her daughter in Cleveland.

Aside from photos of True, she has also been updating her fans about her post-partum workouts.

Khloé has revealed that she would sneak in workouts while the baby is asleep. She would carry her baby monitor with her while doing workouts.

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"Just because I have a baby, doesn't mean I have to stop doing the things that I love, and I love working out and getting my mind right," she was quoted as saying by People.

Khloé said she was slowly getting back on track.

"Five weeks after baby, feeling good. Muscle memory is a real thing because it's still under there. Go to tighten it all up. I've got to get rid of this part. Just need everything to be solid," she said.

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