Kim Kardashian spends time with daughter Chicago, shares her candid photos

Kim has been posting several photos and videos of her kids on her social media lately. Photo | Instagram (@kimkardashian)

Los Angeles: Socialite and businesswoman Kim Kardashian dropped a series of photos of her five-year-old daughter Chicago on social media. Kim seemingly took the candid photos while the pre-schooler laughed at something outside of the frame. The child looked adorable as she wore a bright pink unicorn onesie and ate ramen.

Fans have seen many photos and videos of Kardashian’s kids on her social media lately. On Friday, she shared a video of her and eldest daughter North, 10, lip-syncing to Kanye West's song. As per People, the mother-daughter duo sang on their joint TikTok account, "I'm tryna perfect, And ay ayo we made it to Thanksgiving, So ay, maybe we can make it to Christmas," from West's song 'Bound 2', which features Kardashian in the music video.

The pair also posted a video dancing to Justin Bieber and Mariah Carey's 2011 duet of "All I Want for Christmas Is You,” as they celebrated the start of the holiday season. Kardashian sported a long white dress with a chunky diamond chain choker necklace, while North wore a white velvet blazer and sunglasses.

Kardashian shares her four kids — Psalm, 4, Chicago, 5, Saint, 7, and North — with ex-husband Kanye West.The reality television star said she consults with a child psychologist when it comes to her kids. "I tried a little bit before my marriage ended," Kardashian said of therapy. "I do have a therapist that only deals in child psychology that I talk to to get parenting tips and advice. Sometimes I feel challenged by parenting”.
(With IANS inputs)

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