Is there anything cuter than a Kardashian kiddie play date? True Thompson was jointed by cousins Saint, Chicago, and Palm West for some fun in a little Hidden Hills village, with a working fire engine!
True Thompson, 2, had the best day with her cousins. After Kim Kardashian’s youngest kids – Saint, 4, Chicago, 2, and 1-year-old Psalm West – met up with Khloe Kardashian’s daughter for some late fall fun, and Khloe, 36, shared the adventures to her Instagram (which were shared by a fan account on Nov. 28.) In one video, True goes veggie shopping in what could be called the poshest “farmer’s market.” While digging through pristine white shelves, True filled up her mini shopping cart with lemons, peppers, apples, and potatoes.
In the next clip, Chicago, Saint, and Psalm are seen in a fire engine’s back. “Lil Hidden Hills Fire Department” reads the front of the (stationary) truck. While the fire alarm rings and an announcement comes over the loudspeaker, Kim and Kanye West’s kids look excited (Psalm seems particularly excited.) In the third clip captured by the fan account, the Thompson-West kids seem to be enjoying a “meal” at what looks to be a fake fast food restaurant. Cute!
Around the time of this playdate, Khloe shared a picture of her alongside her young daughter. In the snap, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and Tristan Thompson’s baby girl both had their hair done up in braids. True flashed a toothy grin, while Khloe did the trademark Kardashian lip pout/”duckface” to the camera. True may need to work on the look before she starts taking selfies like a Kardashian, but in the meantime, these cute grins will do.
Not to be left out of the fun, Kylie Jenner’s 2-year-old Stormi Webster had some fun with True during the Thanksgiving holiday. With everyone in the KarJenner household busy with Thanksgiving preparation (or in food comas), Stormi and True ran around while pretending to “ice skate.” Stormi wore a white dress and black boots, while True wore a denim skirt with a white long-sleeved shirt. They looked like ice skating uniforms if the girls wanted to stress comfort over glitz and aerodynamics. Helping make this game of “let’s pretend” even more real, each of them noshed on ice cream bars. Nothing like fun and ice cream for Thanksgiving dessert, right?