"I have the best friends in the world! @theeforevermalika @imforeverkhadijah," she wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of a crystal heart that sister pals Malika and Khadijah Haqq gave her as a gift.
"Khloé, Love You 4 Ever," reads the inscription etched into the prismatic present.
Earlier today, Khloé hit the gym and Lamar has since been sighted in downtown L.A. outside the Roosevelt Lofts, where he's been staying this month.
Attorney Richard Hutton appeared on Odom's behalf in court this morning and got his arraignment on a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence pushed back to Oct. 10.
Her heart-shaped gift is just the latest in a series of tweets and Instagram pics that Khloé has posted to stay connected with friends and fans. For Throwback Thursday yesterday, she posted a slinky swimsuit pic of her with sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian, as well as a childhood shot of her and Kourtney in ballerina and flapper costumes.
Then she threw it way back, cryptically posting a snippet from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland: "The Mad Hatter: 'Have I gone mad?' Alice: 'I'm afraid so. You're entirely bonkers. But I'll tell you a secret. All the best people are.'"
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Just who has gone down the rabbit hole remains to be seen. Also today, meanwhile, Khloé posted a pic of longtime pal La La Anthony in the romantic comedy Baggage Claim, which comes out today.
"I see you LoLo! Keep shining baby doll! Everyone go check out Baggage Claim in theaters NOW.…" she tweeted.
At the film's premiere last night in Los Angeles, Anthony told E! News that both Khloé and Lamar are like family to her.
"You always look out for your friend, make sure she's okay," she said. "They're staying strong and doing great."
He and Khloé have been in contact since then, but Lamar has been pretty successful at staying off the paparazzi's radar. He broke his silence this week, taking to Twitlonger to knock his estranged dad for talking about him to the media and "disrespecting the ONLY FAMILY that has loved me without expecting anything in return"—that family being the one he "married into."