Khloe Kardashian and daughter True dress up as family’s cat for Halloween

Khloe Kardashian and her daughter True looked like the cats that got the cream as they mimicked the family's real-life moggy in Halloween costumes.

Also posted were first photos of the 38-year-old's infant son, although not his face, as he was seen wearing an outfit resembling the cartoon character Tigger.

In the Instagram post, True was made up as Owlette in the Disney Junior show PJ Masks on Monday (October 31), while on Wednesday (November 2) she and her mother were snapped as grey cats.

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"Ladies and gentlemen… Grey Kitty!" The Kardashians star said in the caption, adding, "What True wants, True gets".

Later pictures showed the pair included the family's real-life feline, Grey Cat, which is reportedly True's first ever pet and which inspired their costumes.

Both of them wore grey bodysuits, complete with long grey tails and matching ears, with True imitating Grey Cat by using her fingers as claws.

Two days earlier, Khloe was seen at a family Halloween party, with her ex-partner Tristan Thompson dressed up as a black cat.

Separately, Khloe's sister Kim Kardashian was seen to have poured her curves into a blue latex costume for this year’s Halloween.

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The SKIMS founder, 42, attended an A-List Halloween party in Los Angeles where she dressed head-to-toe as blue X-Men shape-shifter Mystique.

The reality star took to her Instagram Stories to showcase her incredible outfit, which she completed with bright blue face paint and prosthetic bumps.

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