Khloé Kardashian is on a mission in 2023: she wants to take a photo of the entire next generation of the Kardashian-Jenner family. But for now, she's settling for a photo of seven out of 12 of the kids.
On 11 Feb., the Good American founder shared a photo on Instagram featuring her daughter True Thompson, whom she shares with her ex Tristan Thompson; Kourtney's Kardashian's children Penelope and Reign Disick from her previous relationship with Scott Disick; Kim Kardashian's kids North, Saint, and Psalm West, whom she shares with ex-husband Kanye West, and Rob Kardashian's daughter Dream, whose mum is Blac Chyna.
Missing from the photo are Khloé's 7-month-old son with Tristan (whose name she has yet to share), Kourtney's eldest child, Mason, Kim's daughter Chicago, and Kylie Jenner's kids with Travis Scott Stormi and Aire. The rest of the junior Kar-Jenner crew are all dressed up and grinning in the snap. North, who is the tallest of her cousins pictured, is in the back with one arm around Dream, while Reign stands next to her on her right pointing at his tooth. On her left is her little brother Saint, who is looking dapper in a suit, while his cousin Penelope throws one arm over his shoulder and another over True's. Finally, Psalm stands next to Dream in a tiny three-piece black suit.
Khloé also shared a second photo featuring just the girls: North, Penelope, Dream, and True. She captioned her post, "♡ when the whole tribe is a vibe ♡ getting a photo of the ENTIRE tribe will be my mission this year."
Kim shared the same group photo on her grid alongside two extra photos of her sons, Saint and Psalm, posing together too. "How did we get so lucky???" she wrote.
Despite her desire to get a photo of all the kids, Khloé has largely kept her and Tristan's baby son out of the spotlight since he was born. The reality star has shared a few pictures of her little one on social media, but none of them have revealed his face. Her little sister, Kylie, made a similar choice with her son, Aire, whose photo and name she didn't share until right before his first birthday.