Khloe Kardashian and baby True Thompson returned from Palm Springs alongside Kourtney Kardashian and her kids, Mason Disick, and Penelope Disick, after the whole family was out of town to attend Kanye‘s Sunrise Sunday Service on Easter at Coachella.
The hot mama’s hair was swept up as she walked out their private jet, carrying baby True who looked adorable as usual, wearing a tiny denim jacket, white blouse, purple bottoms, and white Yeezy sneakers.
Khloe was followed by sister Kourtney and her kids as the group exited the private jet to head to their waiting vehicles. She was dressed in a white dress and wore slender sunglasses for her return home.
She handed baby True to their nanny as she prepared to unload their belongings from the plane.
The reality star was seen arriving home with an oversized Easter basket filled with goodies like a Hello Kitty doll and other Japanese toys after having spent the holiday weekend in Palm Springs.
Khloe was sporting a sweater from Kanye West’s Sunday Service at The Mountain where 50,000 people showed up to hear his sermon.
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The merch from Kanye’s service at Coachella had many wondering if this was just another publicity stunt from the singer who claims to have started Sunday Service only for the good vibes. However, he didn’t hesitate to charge attendees upwards of $50 for a pair of socks or an astounding $225 for the sweatshirt Khloe is wearing.
He once told Fader – “I get to represent somebody I don’t think is getting represented right now. The regular dude: the guy who believes in God but still likes pussy.”
The Kardashian presence at the Sunday Service was strong, with Kris, Khloe, Kourtney, Kim, Kendall, Kylie Jenner, and Travis Scott all present to support Kanye for his controversial service.
When Kim was asked about what it actually is, here is what they had to say –
“It’s honestly more like a healing experience for my husband. It’s just music; there’s no sermon. It’s definitely something he believes in—Jesus—and there’s a Christian vibe. But there’s no preaching. It’s just a very spiritual Christian experience.”
Nonetheless, people still left with a bad taste in their mouth as Kanye’s merchandise had things like ‘Holy Spirit‘ and ‘Jesus Walks‘ scribed across it, prompting people to call him a false prophet.