Khloe Kardashian has chosen a godmother and legal guardian for baby True, and it escalated the already heightened sister drama.
Fans of Keeping Up With The Kardashians watched as the first time mom struggled with who she would name as her daughter's godmother and legal guardian. She has enough family members to choose from on her side alone. Not to mention her baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, may have a couple of family members he would like in the running.
It was not an easy decision for Kardashian who stressed about which sister she trusted the most to raise her baby if she was not around. Khloe shocked her fans, as well as Kourtney when she chose Kim to be baby True's legal guardian and godmother. She said in a confessional of the hit E! show that she preferred Kim's approach to parenting over Kourtney's. The oldest Kardashian was visibly hurt and even commented that Khloe still had time to change her mind (the episode was shot while Koko was pregnant).
The tension in the air after the announcement was made could have been cut with a knife. Kourtney congratulated Kim, but her tone was less than sincere. It has now added a whole other layer to the Kardashian sisters' feud. Kim and Kourtney had not been seeing eye to eye and not just in front of the camera. Their dispute erupted on social media during the premiere episode of the current season of the reality TV show.
Drama among the Kardashian sisters is nothing new but the latest has Kourtney revealing she is now closer with Kendall than Kim, Khloe, or Kylie. One might say it has something to do with those three expecting babies at the same time.
These days it is rare that Kim or Khloe show up on Kourtney's social media feed. The same goes for her sister's feeds. Even though her kids often show up as both Kim and Khloe are proud aunts, photos with Kourt are rare.
Khloe Kardashian chose Kim Kardashian West to be the godmother of baby True leaving Kourtney Kardashian very disappointed. None of the sisters has commented about the drama on social media yet, but something tells us that the sibling fight isn't over yet.