Khloe Kardashian shares first video of baby True

Tristan Thompson'blocked Kim Kardashian on social media after she addressed his cheating

But despite her kind words, Kim's decision to speak out about her sister's drama might not end well, as she admitted that when she previously spoke about the situation during a visit to the "Ellen Degeneres Show", she got "blocked on social media" by National Basketball Association star Tristan.

"If there's a baby involved".

When asked if he was "done with having kids", Tristan responded, "Naw, I'm gonna keep going".

She wore all black as she entered the gym, which comes after she was seen taking out baby True on a stroll in the sunshine accompanied by a bodyguard.

During the video, in which Khloe is holding her daughter's head, and a baby toy is spotted in the background, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is heard saying, "Happy one-month-old mama".

Later, Khloe showed off her workout wear, revealing: "My ass and thighs are so big now that I am now wearing my swimsuit on the bottom".

"It is a struggle getting back into the groove of working out", she mused.

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"Poor Khloé", Kim said during her interview with Ellen. "I love you, pretty girl". "I'm always rooting for families".

New mum Khloe Kardashian shared the clip with her 75.9million followers on Instagram and so far the vid has received over six million views in just one hour.

Khloe is envious of her little sister's happy family life. Her baby is gorgeous.

It's been a hard period for the couple as a few days before True's birth, rumours that Tristan cheated on Khloe emerged.

She went on to predict her daughter will follow in her dad's sporting footsteps, if early indications of her behavior are anything to go by.

In the Snap, she shared, "Today is the first day I've been allowed to work out with my trainer and I'm super excited".

In a new podcast called Road Trippin, the Cleveland Cavaliers player, who also has one-year-old son Prince with his ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig, revealed the difference between raising Prince and True.

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