The cousins enjoyed a second iconic Halloween costume after their earlier 'Cheetah Girls' group outing
"Princesses and Cheetah Girls," she captioned the shots, which showed North dressed as Princess Tiana from Princess in the Frog, while Penelope dressed as her bestie, Charlotte "Lottie" La Bouff.
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The costume marks North's fourth this year so far. She first channeled dad Kanye West by dressing up as West's "Dropout bear" mascot, which featured the exact outfit worn by the character on the cover of the rapper's 2007 album Graduation, in addition to her costumes with Penelope.
On Saturday morning, a video posted on the TikTok account North shares with her mom showed the preteen dancing around in the costume to a sped-up version of Estelle's "American Boy" — a Graduation-era hit featuring a rap verse from West, 46.
North also did a costume with her mom, with the duo paying homage to Clueless for Halloween. Kardashian, 43, shared images of her sporting the blonde locks, yellow plaid skirt, blazer and knee-high white socks worn by Alicia Silverstone's character Cher in the iconic 1995 movie.
Meanwhile, North donned the black plaid skirt and blazer, signature floral hat and knee-high black socks worn by Stacey Dash as her sidekick Dionne. North also wore her hair in braids like Dionne and carried a small black leather handbag.
The mom-and-daughter duo also took their looks to the next level by posing in front of a white Jeep just like the one driven by Cher in the movie — with Kardashian pouting at the wheel as North pulled a shocked face.
“Clueless,” The Kardashians star simply captioned the carousel of images.
In her first solo cover story for i-D's Fall/Winter 2023 issue, released earlier this week, the daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West opened up about what she wants to be when she grows up. While the 10-year-old still has a lot of time to change her mind, she has her heart set on a few different careers.
"A basketball player, a rapper, um...Well when I was 7 I wanted to be a boxer," she tells the outlet. "But now I don't want to be a boxer. I'm going to do art on the side."
"When I'm like, 13, I want to walk dogs, to make money to buy art supplies, because everything around here is so expensive. So a rapper, a basketball player and I'm going to make artwork that I sell."
"Also, one day I want to own Yeezy and SKIMS, and I want to be a business owner," the pre-teen adds of her mom and dad's businesses.
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