Kourtney Kardashian's Daughter Penelope Proves She's A Social Media Star In The Making By Recreating 'KUWTK' Scene On TikTok
She's ready for her close-up! Though Keeping Up With the Kardashians is coming to an end this year after 20 seasons, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's daughter, Penelope, is here to fill the void.
On March 14, the mom-of-three posted a TikTok video to her own account that showed the 8-year-old and her friend recreating an infamous scene from the reality show.
In the original clip, which aired in 2018, Kourtney explained to her friends that the process of freezing her eggs has caused her to become emotional every day.
"I mean, I feel fine, I just cry myself to sleep every night," Penelope mouths as Kourtney's voiceover plays. "Yeah, that's totally normal," her friend, who takes over for Larsa Pippen, says.
Though the reality star doesn't mind posting photos of her kids on social media, she's made it clear that they're not yet allowed to have accounts of their own — but that didn't stop her and Disick's eldest child, 10-year-old son Mason, from trying.
One year ago, he set up his own profile and held an Instagram Live, where he answered questions from fans. He touched on his life in quarantine and confirmed that aunt Kylie Jenner and her on-off beau Travis Scott were still broken up. Thousands tuned in for his livestream, but shortly after, the account was disabled.
"He started an Instagram yesterday and he didn't ask us," his mom explained, before noting that initially, she made his account private. However, when "he turned it back to public without me knowing," she then shut down the account completely.
"I did delete it, because Scott and I felt like — he's 10," the Poosh founder said. "I think there's an age limit with Instagram. I think it's 13."
At the time, she revealed that Mason did have an iPad and his own computer, but he only uses them for schoolwork.
Kourtney also noted she wanted to protect him from online bullies. "I think on Instagram, the thing that really worries me with kids is the comments," she reasoned. "People can be so mean and I just feel it's not the time."