KHLOE Kardashian paid tribute to mom Kris Jenner for her 66th birthday in the cutest way.
The 37-year-old reality star dressed her daughter True, three, just like the famous momager in a black wig, black sweater and gold skirt.
In a video Khloe shared to Instagram the cute tot sipped on a "martini" in a sparkly plastic glass.
"I love martinis" Khloe captioned the clip showing True having fun playing the part. "Happy birthday Lovey" she added.
Fans showed their delight at the toddler's cute acting, with one person writing: "And the Oscar goes to True Thompson! 🙌🏻 🍸🍸🍸"
Another fan wrote: "Mini Kris Tutu is the best thing of 2021."
"omg the video of true!!!!!!! i am screaming so cute" came another comment.
Khloe shared the clip along with a number of other memories of Kris and growing up.
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In the caption she gushed: "I have no idea what I would do without you. The thought of it is some thing I can’t even think about.
"Every single day I hope you realize how much you matter to us all. How much we cherish and respect you! How lost we would be without you in our lives.
She praised the matriarch in the long posed and continued, "Without you our lives would feel aimlessly lonely. You have so many gifts and one of them is making us all feel loved, seen, validated and heard.
"I don’t know how you do it but you do every single day! you inspire and motivate me daily. You’ve taught us so many things. I don’t think we have space for me to write them all down But one of the most precious things you taught me is how to love."
Kris and Khloe have a close bond so it's not surprising they are constructing side-by-side LA mansions.
Last month, Khloe shared on her Instagram Story a preview of her spacious backyard completely torn up, lined with yellow caution tape and marked with orange flags.
Spotted past the construction and scaffolding was a metal archway, her pool, and perfectly landscaped tall twin trees.
Builders are reportedly rushing to complete all construction before the holidays when the reality stars hope to move in.
In September, a source exclusively revealed to The Sun that both Kris and her daughter have been acting like "house-zillas" throughout the building process.
The two have finally neared the completion of the major construction project after delays due to a messy contractor dispute.
An insider explained that the stars are "almost done" building their dream mansions, but the process has not been a simple one.
They claimed: "Although Khloe and Kris’ homes are almost done, they are both acting like 'house-zillas.'
"They want temperature-adjusted rooms and a panic room in case of security issues."
A panic room, also known as a safe room, is a fortified space installed in a private residence to provide a hiding place for inhabitants in case of a break-in, home invasion, tornado, terror attack, or other threat.
The source continued: "They will have security teams on the property 24/7 to oversee both houses.
"One would think after dropping that much money on a beautiful house that is meant for a family of ten, Khloe would be satisfied with the results, but she keeps asking for changes."
Floor-to-ceiling windows and doors had been installed to both mansions, and large rows of conifer trees had been planted to provide privacy.
Back in April, it was revealed that the TV personalities would be moving closer to Kim and Kylie by building two homes in Hidden Hills.
Kris's mansion will be the larger of the two, boasting 16,000 square feet while Khloe's hits a whopping 10,000.
Each abode sits on 1.5 acres of land, according to Variety, with at least eight bedrooms, an eight-car garage, covered patios, a guesthouse, movie theater, gym, lounge, and an office.
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