Kylie Jenner Shares Adorable Video Of Chicago West, True Thompson, And Stormi Webster As Social Distancing Has Her Missing Her Nieces
Kylie Jenner is missing her family now that the Coronavirus pandemic has caused 90 percent of all American residents to self-isolate. Just several days ago, Kim Kardashian revealed she had Kylie Jenner come over and do her makeup and now it is Kylie who is showing how much she misses her family. Sharing a video with her 168 million Instagram followers of her adorable two-year-old daughter Stormi Webster playing with her cousins Chicago West and True Thompson, Kylie made it clear that it isn't just the adults who are missing their family but the children are missing each other as well.
In the video you can see Chicago, True, and Stormi as they play in one of the girls' playhouses. The little girls are holding hands as they cheerfully sing "Ring Around The Rosies", then fall to the floor at the appropriate time. Chicago West is the oldest of the three and she is the smallest. True Thompson is the youngest and she is the tallest. As Kim Kardashian is 5'3 and Khloe Kardashian is 5'10, it appears that Chicago and True are taking after their mothers in height. Kylie Jenner is 5'6 and Stormi is in the middle of her cousins in both age and height.
The cousins were all born close together with Dream Kardashian, about a year and a half to two years older than her little cousins. Many people believe that the KarJenner children will be the next generation to dominate social media and from what we've seen from their older cousin Mason Disick, Kylie, Kim, Khloe, and Rob may want to do whatever they can to keep them from having their own social media accounts. (Mason Disick went live on Instagram and Tik Tok and spilled the tea on his family!)
You may see the adorable video of Chicago West, Stormi Webster, and True Thompson playing "Ring Around The Rosies" in the video player below.
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