Khloe Kardashian. Picture: Instagram

Khloe Kardashian has returned to Los Angeles with her daughter True.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star took to Snapchat on Sunday to share a video of the gifts she and her two-month-old daughter were welcomed with when they arrived home this weekend, including balloons from her half-sister Kylie Jenner and her little girl Stormi, four months, and cookies and cupcakes with True's face on them from her close pals.

Showing off the sweet treats, Khloe says in the clip: "Look how cute my girls are at my home, look what they did for me. Oh my goodness, I can't handle it.
"Welcome home cookies, little flamingos."

It's not known if True's father Tristan Thompson has made the trip from Cleveland, Ohio, back to Los Angeles with his girls, though the pair have reportedly patched things up following the NBA star's alleged infidelity. 

Speaking earlier this month, Khloe's mother Kris Jenner admitted she "trusts" her 33-year-old daughter to make the right choices when it comes to her romance with Tristan.

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Khloe was faced with an uncertain future when her boyfriend was pictured seemingly getting close to another woman just days before their daughter True was born, nine weeks ago. 

But after she decided not to break up with him, her mother insisted she supports her daughter no matter what.

She said: "I think you just have to be there for your kid and follow their lead. I'm not in that relationship or in that situation, so I really trust Khloé. She's so smart, and such a great girl, and she'll figure it out."

The 62-year-old matriarch added that the couple were doing well.

Asked how each of them are, she said: "She's great. Tristan? He's great. Yeah, he's good."

Kris' kind words came after Revenge Body star Khloe seemingly slammed those who weren't happy for her following her decision to work on her romance with Tristan, 27.

She wrote on Twitter: "Misery loves company ... people can't stand for someone else to flourish and be happy. Nowadays people thrive off ones downfall rather than their success. Sadly (sic)"