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Khloé K ‘feels neglected by mother’

Published 30/06/2015

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian supposedly did not expect her mom Kris Jenner to attend her birthday party, as she has come to expect her mother to be absent from important events in her life.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star turned 31 years old on June 27 and to celebrate she threw a bowling party over the weekend.

Khloé’s sisters Kylie Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian were in attendance at the low-key bash, but their mother Kris was in Paris with her boyfriend Corey Gamble.

“Khloé stopped being upset by her mom’s absence a long time ago,” an insider told Radar Online.

Apparently Kris was also a no-show when loved ones celebrated Rob Kardashian’s 28th birthday, which took place on March 17. The 59-year-old matriarch was on holiday in Mexico while her son honoured his new age in Los Angeles.

However, when Kris’ son-in-law Kanye West, who is married to her daughter Kim Kardashian, turned 38 years old on June 8, the ‘momager’ was front and centre at the rapper’s bash.

“Just like Kris did with Rob, instead of actually being there she thought that it was enough to post a birthday message on her social media for Khloé’s birthday,” the source noted. “It says a lot that Kris stopped everything that she was doing to be at Kanye’s birthday when Kanye isn’t even one of her actual children.”

It’s claimed Khloé has grown extremely resilient to disappointment stemming from Kris’ behaviour.

The stunning star was reportedly more hurt that Kim and Kanye weren’t able to celebrate her birthday with her, as the Love Lockdown musician performed at Glastonbury Festival in England on Saturday June 27.

“Khloé is not surprised by her mom’s ways anymore,” the insider said.

“She was really only bothered by the fact that Kim and Kanye were not at her party because Kim made sure that Khloé was there for Kanye’s party.”

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