Kim Kardashian's daughters North, 8, and Chicago, 3, joke around with cousins Penelope, 9, and True, 4, in new TikTok

KIM Kardashian's daughters had fun in front of the camera along with their cousins Penelope and True during a family day out.

The four girls huddled together as passengers in a golf cart while driving down the road.

A woman who appeared to be True's mother, Khloe Kardashian recorded the little ones enjoying the ride.

Kim's youngest daughter Chicago, three, was perched in the front donning her hair in cute braids, while her cousin True sat alongside her.

The four-year-old wore her hair up in a small bun atop her head as she grasped a unicorn stuffed animal for the ride.

The older girls leaned over the back of the chair as Penelope's hair flowed in the wind and North kept her locks tight in long braids.

In unison, the girls yelled "Golf Card Ride" directly at the camera as they beamed with excitement.

The clip was posted to the joint account that Kim shares with her first-born.


Just days ago, the mother-daughter duo shared a similar TikTok video after the pair decided to join forces on the app.

In one of the short clips, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum and her little girl lip-synched to Coi Leray's song, Twinnen.

The reality stars appeared to be having fun together while Kim stuck out her tongue at the camera.

In another vid, the two were sitting inside a moving golf cart during a bumpy ride.  

Kim juggled between keeping the camera steady and keeping her eyes on the golf course.

They both cheered: "Going on a golf cart ride."

North has so far continued to upload short vids alongside her mother.

In another playful post, the two sang Katy Perry's hit single, Hot N Cold.

These were not the first appearances North has made on the platform, as the eight-year-old shared the screen with Kourtney's daughter Penelope last week.

The pair sang and danced to the song Meet Me At Our Spot by THE ANXIETY, Tyler Cole and Willow in a clip the girls posted to Penelope's mom's account.

They made hand gestures and pointed at the camera as they jumped around.

The video came after Penelope reportedly had a secret TikTok account that was disabled for "violating multiple community guidelines."


Prior to the nine-year-old's account being removed, it is believed she previously had a profile named @blah445087 with a bio that read "Kourtney-Penelope" and "account managed by an adult."

Kourtney has not confirmed the legitimacy of the account, but fans shared screenshots of it being followed by Kourtney, Kylie Jenner and Kris Jenner.

Podcast host Amanda Hirsh, who is behind the page @notskinnybutnotfat discovered Penelope's rumored profile and shared grabs of her videos.

The account featured videos of sweet "I love you" notes written by Penelope's dad Scott Disick and footage of the youngster making organic matcha.

Hours after Amanda drew attention to the account, it was disabled.

She later apologized for publicizing the videos to her 400,000 followers, as it's believed her videos led to the account being disabled.

TikTok is for ages 13 and over, whereas Penelope is nine years old.

There is a "TikTok for Younger Users" which is for people under the age of 13, according to the popular app's guardian guidelines.

A user lying about their age to post on normal TikTok can lead to them being banned.

The platform wrote: "If we learn that a person under the age of 13 is using or posting content on TikTok without using TikTok for Younger Users, they will be removed."


This is not the first time Kourtney's kids have made headlines with their social media activity.

Last May, her oldest son Mason was removed from Instagram for sharing Kardashian secrets and TikTok for waving wads of cash.

He posed with $100 bills with her fiance Travis Barker's son Landon, 15, in a video that was swiftly removed from TikTok as Mason is under 13.

Since then, Kourt, 42, and Scott, 38, clamped down, deleting his Instagram page too – on which he'd claimed Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott weren't dating after being asked by a fan.

The KUWTK star said: "I did delete it because Scott and I just felt like he isn't… he's 10!

"I think on Instagram the thing that really worries me with kids is comments. People can be so mean."

Mason himself spoke out about his Instagram account, and said to his young fans: “It got deleted because I was too young, because I went viral.

“I would have had 2.7 million [followers] by now if I kept it up.”

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