WATCH: Kim Kardashian Picks North West Up From Ballet Class As They Pose For The Paparazzi

Kim Kardashian taking North West and Penelope Disick to ballet class

May 29 2015, Published 4:29 p.m. ET

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Clearly North West and Penelope Disick's weekly ballet class is as much of an event for the girls as it is for us. We here at post the photos of their moms Kim Kardashian & Kourtney Kardashian picking them up from class pretty much every week! But this week instead of photos we have a video of Kim picking up her daughter and her niece and it's basically the cutest thing ever.

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In the minute-long clip, we see Nori—who wore a Balmain blazer atop her white tutu, because that's what two-year-olds do—raise up her hands for her mom Kim to pick her up. Later, Penelope joins them and then runs off as North and Kim hold hands before the mom lifts up her daughter again and brings her to their car.

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Kim has been open about her struggle to get pregnant a second time, so much so that we'll see her IVF failures on Sunday's mid-season finale of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. We hope Kim does end up getting pregnant and ends up having another girl because what we need right now is another kute Kardashian kid in a tutu.


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Watch the video above to see North and Kim leave ballet class. Do you think Kim will eventually get pregnant again? Are you as obsessed with the Kardashain kids' ballet classes as we are? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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