It’s no secret that the Kardashian clan is close — and the newest generation is no different. Of all Kris Jenner’s grandchildren, it appears that Kim and Kourtney Kardashian’s daughters may be the closest. According to a new Life & Style source, North West and Penelope Disick “call each other sisters” and are just as close as moms Kim and Kourtney were growing up. The two girls, both age 6, are reportedly inseparable, and their moms can’t get enough of all their BFF cuteness.
Speaking exclusively to Life & Style, a source close to the family reveals that North and Penelope “want to do everything together” — meaning that joint birthday party was likely a specific request from these two 6-year-olds. “It’s hard to take them anywhere separately,” the source continued. “They call each other on the phone, they beg for playdates most days and they’ll have sleepovers on the weekend.”
While the duo may be close, that doesn’t mean they share all the same interests — and while Kim and Kourtney love how close they are, they’re also making sure their daughters branch out and have a balanced social life. “North is a lot girlier than Penelope,” the source shards. “[She] likes to be outside more than in the glam chair like North, but they’re a good balance for each other.” And while the two girls go to the same school, “They won’t be able to be in the same class — just like twins,” the source revealed.
As for how the duo usually spends their time, this source claims they take after their moms there too. “They’re always playing dress up and doing each other’s makeup with fake makeup kits that Kim gives them,” the source told Life & Style. “They’re always singing and performing for their parents.” In other words, normal kid stuff — though the source adds that these two are already ambitious. “North and Penelope want to start a band together,” the source claimed.
If North and Penelope still want to start a band in a year or two, we’re sure that Kris Jenner can find a way to make that happen.