The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star posted the images of the colourful polaroid-style pictures.
She also labelled three-year-old True her “heartbeat”.
The images, which the star had dated May 2021, show Khloe and her daughter embracing, kissing and simply enjoying life.
True was seen sporting a big grin while wearing a tie dye vest.
Khloe, 36, was also dressed down on the snaps wearing a baggy black hoody and black beanie hat.
The new images show the duo enjoying each other’s company the day after the United States celebrated Mother’s Day.
Fans were quick to gush over the post with one commenting it was “a lovely sight” to see the pair so happy.
Another wrote “You guys are perfect,” while many filled the comments section with an abundance of love heart emojis.
The post comes amid rumours that Khloe’s fiance Tristan Thompson has cheated on her with an Instagram model.
The basketball star is said to have taken legal action over the rumours swirling about his love life, but Khloe was still spotted without her huge diamond ring – albeit temporarily.
However, despite Tristan sharing Mother’s Day messages with the mother of his child, Vivica A. Fox has also urged the Kardashian to leave him for good.
Vivica branded the reality TV star a “doormat” and begged her to walk out on the relationship once and for all.
Tristan has been accused of being unfaithful to Khloe in the past, including days before she gave birth and then later allegedly cheating with her little sister Kylie Jenner’s best friend Jordyn Woods.
“It’s time for Khloe to stop being a damn doormat for Tristan,” Vivica said last week on the Cocktails With Queens podcast.
The actress said: “”At this point, do you really want this kind of man to be a parental father figure to your children?
“The fact that he can’t even respect mama? What foundation are you on, period?”
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