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Why Khloé Kardashian Doesn't Allow Adults To Say True Is Getting 'Big'

Some critics may find Khloé Kardashian's statements as hypocritical, but she has been very adamant when it comes to pay attention to what other adults say to her kid

By Miguel Robles

- October 14 , 2021 - 15:43 hs

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We know how protective has Khloé Kardashian shown to be around her family; but of course, she would be double-protective when it comes to her daughter. One of the main things for her, is watching what other adults say around her baby daughter True Thompson. The main reason is keeping her impressionable kid safe, so adults don't intentionally offend her or worse, causing long-lasting damage to her mental health and body image.

For her recent interview on Health Magazine, for which she was the cover, Khloé made it very clear and said that she doesn't play when it comes to True. “She's very tall. People will always say, 'She's so big.' And I'll say, 'Oh, she's so tall.' I try to make them be more descriptive. I know what an adult means when they say that, but I don't want her to misinterpret that.”

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Undoubtedly, this is a very well thought clarification, in order to help the 3-year-old grow up without insecurities about her body, something Khloé has previously revealed to have suffered from a very early age. The reality TV star, in fact, had gone through many issues as it is, since she is notoriously taller than her sisters. She has also encountered some trouble regarding food over the years.

The Good American founder went on to share, “It wasn't from one person, I guess just from society or how people critiqued my body.” Sure, True doesn't seem to have picked up on any of the comments yet; and Khloé Kardashian also stated that her little baby daughter, whom she shares with Tristan Thompson, is “really tough,” which ultimately can definitely be a great thing. However, Khloé also stated that she wouldn't mind the toddler to show more emotion from time to time.

The proud momma bear went on to make the following statement: “If that's who she is, I'm not trying to make her not be that way. But sometimes, I'll notice she may bump into something. I'll say, 'Are you OK, Tu-Tu?' And she'll say, 'Yes,' and kind of brush it off. I do try to always tell her that it's OK if she cries or if something is wrong.”

Even though her statement about the way she decided to raise her little kid is something on par with the current times, it is safe to say that her words may bring back some backlash. Especially since the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is a woman who regularly posts heavily edited and filtered pics on social media, thus promoting a wildly unrealistic beauty standard for millions of impressionable young girls out there.

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In the end, those willing to point out this situation and call out Khloé Kardashian for being hipocrytical might be in the rights, as some critics may perceive weight shaming and using filters as something related.

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Miguel Robles

I began my journey as a journalist 15 years ago, when I started as a staff writer for OPEN Magazine. I was able to escalate up to the point of becoming the editor in chief of the magazine. Always adjusting to cope with changes in the industry. Trying to make strong connections with the people, and bringing voice to minorities through storytelling.

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