Khloé Kardashian recently took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of her 1-year-old son, Tatum, showcasing his budding sense of style. In the snapshot, Tatum was rocking a khaki green beanie adorned with a yellow smiley face on the front. He paired it with a matching vest and a thin gold chain, making for an effortlessly stylish look.
The reality star expressed her affection for her little one in the caption, simply writing, “My baby.” The photo captured a candid moment as Tatum sat on a kitchen island with a vase of greenery towering over him. In his tiny hand, he held a large apple while his wide-eyed gaze was fixed on the camera.
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Comments from Friends and Family
Khloé’s Instagram post featuring Tatum garnered heartfelt comments from friends, family, and fans alike. Her mother, Kris Jenner, commented, “Precious Angel,” while her best friend Malika Haqq wrote, “Perfection.” Khadijah Haqq chimed in with a sweet reference to the apple in Tatum’s hand, saying, “Apple of my eye.”
Reality star Kim Zolciak also exclaimed, “Omg STOP IT RIGHT NOW,” and longtime family friend Faye Resnick added, “Oh my goodness, he’s so beautiful.”
Khloé’s Beautiful Family
Khloé Kardashian shares two children, daughter True, 5, and son Tatum, 1, with her ex-partner, Tristan Thompson. She often shares heartwarming moments of her children on social media, highlighting the close bond between them. Earlier in the month, The Kardashians star posted photos on her Snapchat Story of True and Tatum spending quality time together, emphasizing their strong sibling relationship. In one snapshot, True was seen holding Tatum, showcasing their affection for each other.
Khloé also expressed her deep love for her children by wearing a necklace that featured their names, along with her niece Dream Kardashian’s name. She proudly displayed the necklace in a video as she discussed her collaboration with a popular sportswear brand. In her Instagram Story videos, the silver necklace prominently displayed the names “True,” “Tatum,” and “Dream” in block letters.