Khloe Kardashian dons black leggings and matching hoodie as she takes daughter True to gymnastics class in LA
Khloe Kardashian and daughter True are still fresh from their recovery from COVID-19.
Having only been seen for the first time since coming out of quarantine just days ago, the reality star went into mom mode and headed out to take True to her gymnastics class in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Kardashian, 37, kept it sporty in the fashion department dressed in black leggings with a black hoodie over a matching t-shirt and sneakers.
Mom mode: Khloe Kardashian, 37, took her daughter True, three, to a gymnastics class in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles on Monday
The Keeping up With The Kardashian star decided to be extra cautious for the quick trip and wear a protective mask over her mouth and nose, which comes days after her recovery from the COVID-19 virus.
The proud mother held hands with True for much of the walk from their parked vehicle all the way to the gymnastic building.
The Three-and-a-half-year-old, whom Kardashian shares with on-off beau Tristan Thompson, looked adorable in a shorts bodysuit with an purple toned animal print design
Sporty: Kardashian stepped out in black leggings with a black hoodie over a matching t-shirt and sneakers.
In keeping with the color scheme, she also donned purple-toned furry slippers, as she carried a sippy cup in her hand.
Her mother had her tresses styled in braids with varying parts along her head.
At one point, the Good American co-founder picked her daughter up into her arms and carried her for a portion of the walk to the class.
Snuggle: At one point the Good American co-founder picked her daughter up into her arms and carried her for a portion of the walk to the class
The former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star revealed that she contracted the virus for a second time, just over two weeks ago, despite being vaccinated.
She also revealed that True tested positive for COVID-19 in the October 29 tweet.
Kardashian was first diagnosed with COVID-19 in March of 2020, and documented her illness in an episode of KUWTK that aired in fall 2020.
She said her symptoms included coughing, shaking, vomiting, headaches along with cold and hot flashes, as well as a burning sensation while coughing.
Freshly recovered: The reality star revealed she went into quarantine on October 29 after testing positive for COVID-19 for the second time since March 2020