Keeping Up With the Kardashians may have ended, but North West is making sure that her family's fans are getting their Kardashian fix.
The 8-year-old and her mom, Kim Kardashian, have created their own account on TikTok together, and though the page has been active for less than a week, the dynamic duo have already posted over 30 videos and racked up 1.7 million followers!
The account, which goes by the name "Kim and North," features a photo of the pair and has a bio that reads, "Me and my bestie 💋 Account managed by an adult."
So far, the tot has filmed dances with her mom, showed off her wardrobe and offered an inside look at her famous family's home.
Her most recent post shows her with cousins Penelope Disick, 9, Chicago West, 3, and True Thompson, 3, who all scream "golf cart ride!" as someone chauffeurs them around in the small vehicle.
"We're having so much fun," Kim and her eldest daughter captioned the video.
Fans loved seeing the kiddies together, with one user writing, "The Kardashian's kids era is coming."
North seems to have followed in her parents' footsteps when it comes to a love of the spotlight, as in March 2020, she appeared on stage during dad Kanye West's Yeezy fashion show to rap a short tune.
The cute clip was even shown on KUWTK, where fans also witnessed Kim tearing up as she took videos of her first born's major moment.
"I'm happy for her, but I'm so nervous for her. I'm so proud at how confident she is. She obviously gets that from her dad. It just makes me so happy that she's not afraid to try anything," the mom-of-four gushed of her little girl's performance. "That was so much fun for me to see. She's fearless and I love that about her and I'm just such a proud mom."
North's aunt Kourtney Kardashian was also able to witness the show, as was her daughter, Penelope.
"With everything that's been going on with coronavirus, I think it was just really so cool," the Poosh founder said at the time. "Kanye was still able to do his show and then to see North have no fear and just get up there and do that was really, really cool."