Kim Kardashian and her 9-year-old daughter, North West, have a creative playdate on the June 8th episode of The Kardashians. The SKIMS founder was sitting in her home salon when North began experimenting with her makeup, applying all kinds of kooky colors and putting a prosthetic nose on her mom’s nose. The young girl loves makeup and will try something new at every opportunity. Kim finishes the look with a brunette bobbed wig over her waist-length blond hair. She even deepened her Valley accent in the essence of her newly made identity.
“Oh, my God!” Scott Disick exclaims to Kim’s out-of-this-world look. “That’s legendary!”
North is proud of her hard work and decides to call Kim’s alter-ego “Annika.” She then introduces her as her new “art teacher,” whom she found on the street. The gig created a lot of laughs.
“Let’s say you’re my new art teacher,” suggested North with a giggle.
Kim, Scott, and North then pull a fun prank to see if anyone would recognize the reality star in her disguise. First, they try to fool the home security guard, Andrew, which was successful.
“Wow, I never wouldn’t have guessed that,” he admitted.
But how can a top security guard not know Annika was Kim? Or maybe, he knew and was playing along for North’s happiness. We’ll never know.
When it was time to tuck North in at the end of the day, the media mogul revealed about her daughter’s fun day in the confessional.
“I just love making her happy,” Kim said. “Afterward, she said to me when we were going to bed she’s like, ‘Mom, I love you so much,’ and I was [just] like, ‘I had so much fun,‘ and that is like, worth everything.”
In the June 1st episode, the KKW Beauty founder admitted it’s difficult to shield her four children from the “drama” that her ex-husband Kanye West creates. Kim tries to best as a mother to protect them following their divorce.
“I still feel the need to not talk about it and protect it from my kids, and I always will feel that way, but God, if people knew,” she revealed in the confessional. “I would just never do that to my kids.”
Kim believes that keeping “silent” about the matter would give her children an appreciation for her and her protection protocols.