Kim Kardashian just dropped a new video on Kim and North’s shared TikTok account, in which her 9-year-old daughter instructs her 5-year-old daughter on how to make a smoothie.
“Today I’m making my smoothie!” Chi exclaims while her older sister pans to the list of interesting and varied ingredients.
“What do you want in your smoothie Chi?” North asks.
The recent birthday girl — who celebrated with all things pink and Hello Kitty — says she wants Bomb Pop popsicles, frozen dragon fruit, frozen pineapple and "some Eggo waffles to make it sweet."
One ingredient Chicago refused was a tomato — which may have put the smoothie over the edge.
The sister duo then transports their concoction to another room, where Chi excitedly sings out "gonna mix the blender!” before adding handfuls of rainbow sprinkles to her smoothie mix.
The finished product is then topped with more rainbow sprinkles before it is sampled and declared a winner.
The Kardashian West kids have been on a big smoothie and milkshake-making kick. Just the day before, North joined her sister and her 3-year-old brother Psalm in their kitchen to make milkshakes.
This time the sibling trio opted for Cool Whip topping, Malk (a milk alternative), chocolate syrup and rainbow sprinkles in their treats.
North appears to enjoy making TikTok tutorials and transformation videos. Earlier this month, Kanye West's eldest daughter went viral for a “Bound 2”-inspired TikTok video where the 9-year-old used makeup to transform into her dad while standing next to her mom.
While North may post on TikTok often, Kardashian confirmed in a recent interview with Angie Martinez on her IRL Podcast that the app is only accessible through her phone. That way, she can protect North from seeing hurtful things in the media.
"When stuff’s going down, like I protect stuff in the house as far as TVs and the content," Kardashian said. "If they don’t know things that are being said or what’s happening in the world, like why would I ever bring that energy to them?"
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