Prepare for maximum cuteness! Kim Kardashian snapped a pic of husband Kanye West cuddled up for a movie with their two girls, North West, 6, and Chicago, 2, and the trio are too sweet together.
Well isn’t this cute! Kim Kardashian caught husband Kanye West in a candid bonding moment with their daughters, and it’s clear that Ye’s a total Girl Dad. The photo, which you can see below, shows Kanye chilling on a bed with his little girls, North West, 6, and Chicago West, 2, snuggled up at his sides. It appears that the trio’s watching something on television, but Kim doesn’t reveal what they’re so mesmerized by. She simply captioned the photo with a yellow heart emoji. But let’s be real; it’s probably the Kardashian and Jenner kids’ favorite movie, Trolls World Tour, for the 100th time.
Everything about this photo is so sweet. North’s curled up in a white bathrobe while under her dad’s arm. And little Chicago — who’s the spitting image of her mother, by the way — is rocking her pajamas. Even Kanye, who rarely drops his cool and collected persona, is spending the afternoon wearing a hoodie while curled up underneath a blanket. Wholesome! Kim’s Instagram followers loved the vulnerable peek at their family life. “DadYe,” one fan commented, adding crying emojis. “Daddies girls,” wrote another, using heart and heart eyed emojis. “they’re growing up so fast,” one of Kim’s nostalgic followers wrote. We seriously can’t believe that the girls are this old, either.
No word on where Kim and Kanye’s sons, Saint West, 4, and Psalm West, 11 months, were, but we’re sure they’re off playing in another part of the family’s massive home. As a source recently told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY, Kim’s doing everything in her power to make quarantining during the COVID-19 pandemic safe and fun for all four kids.
That includes things like staying up late every once and awhile, and scoring some extra treats! “Kim’s normally very strict about routines and bedtimes and that kind of thing, but she’s totally relaxed all the rules for her kids. She’s trying to make this more like a fun holiday than something that’s scary and restrictive.”