Kourtney Kardashian’s house is off-limits when it comes to sleepovers for Khloe Kardashian’s daughter, True.
The Good American founder revealed during Thursday’s episode of Vanity Fair’s popular lie detector test web series that she will never let her 4-year-old daughter spend the night at the Kardashian-Barker household.
“Are you ever gonna let True sleep over at my house?” the Poosh founder asked Khloé, who was strapped to the machine.
“Probably not,” the 38-year-old replied with a smile, to which Kourtney replied by asking if it was because they “have too much fun.”
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“No … I don’t think we have enough time on this show for what the reason is,” Khloé replied bluntly.
Although Kourtney, 43, quickly moved on to the next question, fans couldn’t help but theorise why True wasn’t allowed to sleep over with her cousins Mason, 13, Penelope, 10, and Reign, 8.
“I wonder if Khloe wont let True sleep at Kourts because there’s no yummy snacks there 😂 all sugar free, gluten free lmao,” one person commented.
Another said, “The way her children (mis) behave and the lack of respect they show towards their Nannies and parents … I’m not letting mine sleep over either.”
However, others speculated the reason might have been due to Kourtney and husband Travis Barker’s active sex life.
The couple, who got married in May 2022, have been known to pack on the PDA — even in front of the kids.
In fact, Reign — whom Kourtney shares with ex Scott Disick — had to beg his mom and stepdad to stop kissing at the dinner table during an episode of “The Kardashians.”
“I am going to die. Ew, guys,” the young boy moaned. “Can you guys not kiss in French again? Could you guys please not French-kiss again?”
Earlier in the episode, Penelope had also asked the couple to tone down their canoodling while she was around.
This article was originally published by Page Six and reproduced with permission
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