Khloe Kardashian is keeping the peace for the sake of her daughter. 

It's no secret the reality star and her longtime basketball beau Tristan Thompson are no longer together. Around the time of his controversy with Jordyn Woods, E! News confirmed the two had broken up. Despite their personal issues, he and Khloe have seemingly put their problems aside for the sake of their only child together, daughter True Thompson. That was particularly clear when the youngster celebrated her first birthday last month with both her mom and dad present for the special occasion. 

According to an interview Kardashian gave Laura Wasser for her "Divorce Sucks!" podcast, the E! reality star doesn't want their emotions toward each other to affect their little one. 

"True is 1 and like a month old, so she doesn't really know what's happening, but to me she does know and she feels energy and I'm a big believer of that, so I do everything in my power to not put any sort of heavy energy around her. Maybe that sounds a little too like bohemian to some people."

While they are split, the Good American mogul still also wants her baby girl to have childhood memories with her dad just like she and her famous sisters do. 

True Thompson, Khloe Kardashian

Instagram/Khloe Kardashian

"I didn't do it because I thought she was going to remember this first party," she told Wasser of the lavish birthday party for True. "It was really for me. I just wanted a happy, heavenly place, but I know that she's gonna wanna look back at all of her childhood memories like we all do...me and my sisters, we will sit on the floor looking at our old photo albums."

The star continued, "I want to give her the same thing."

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