Keeping Up With The Cousins! Kim, Kourtney & Khloé Kardashian Host A Private Screening Of 'Paw Patrol: The Movie' In L.A. With Their Kids — See Adorable Pics
Cousins day! Kim, Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian hosted a screening of Paw Patrol: The Movie for their tots in Los Angeles — and it looked like it was a great outing!
Kim brought Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, Psalm, 2, and Rob Kardashian's daughter, Dream, while Kourtney was seen with daughter Penelope, and Khloé was spotted with daughter, True, whom she shares with Tristan Thompson.
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Dream and Chi looked like they coordinated in their pink outfits!
“I’m at the premiere of Paw Patrol. The first ever Paw Patrol movie,” the mom-of-four wrote on social media. “This is so exciting.”
The brunette beauty — who wore a top and khaki pants with a long jacket — was photographed with her daughter Chicago and son Psalm.
“I meannnnnnn, how cool is this?” she posted on Instagram about her character in the film. "I’m so excited for everyone to see @pawpatrolmovie. It’s sooooo good.”
Kim also made a quick speech when others arrived.
“I want to welcome everyone here. I’m so excited that I get to show all my kids and all the cousins and all my friends and everyone my first movie,” she said. “This is so exciting. I did this for you guys because I know how much you’ve always loved Paw Patrol.”
Penelope rocked an initial backpack, while Kourtney looked gorgeous in a leather jacket and red skirt.
The Poosh founder held onto her little girl, who is besties with Kim's eldest daughter, North West.
The Good American founder, who wore a black sweatshirt and black leggings, held onto daughter True, while Thompson also attended the event.
"There are always challenges with raising kids, but I'm so fortunate to have such a strong family support group," the mom-of-one said. "We also know that we have individual families and don't like to give a lot of advice, unless it's solicited. We never mom-shame. We hate a shamer."