Kris Jenner teased fans by hinting that her daughter Kim Kardashian's baby North West might appear on the premiere of her chat show on Monday night.
The mum-of-six posted a photo on her Twitter and Facebook pages of her on set holding a baby accompanied by the caption, "You never know who will stop by our show today!"
But fans were left disappointed when it was revealed that the snap was a hoax. Instead of baby North, whose nickname is Nori, viewers were treated to appearances from Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian.
It's not to say that the newborn won't be making any appearances at all on her grandmother's new show. There are still five episodes to go in which Kim might introduce her to the world.
"I think you're just going to have to wait and see and tune in because I am not sure if that is going to happen," said Kris to host Matt Lauer on The Today Show last week, when asked if North would appear on her grandmother's talk show.
"I won't tell you it won’t happen," said the Kardashian family matriarch, laughing and holding her ground. "Give you a little something to think about. You never know who is going to show up."
To pacify Matt, meanwhile, Kris gave him a sneak peek photograph of North on her mobile.
Kris, who manages the Kardashian sisters, said, "I think everybody, depending on what's going on in their universe, will come on and pay a little visit here and there.
"That's just the natural order of things in my house. It's like, 'OK, mom's got a new project'" to support."
Ahead of her new show, The Kris Jenner show, the manager turned presenter spent her weekend surrounded by some of her nearest and dearest including Khloe, Kourtney Kardashian, make-up artist Joyce Banelli and Lea Jenner, Brandon Jenner's wife.
The five women were pictured alongside a friend in a golf cart on Sunday. Khloe Kardashian's captioned the snap,"Surrounded By The People I Love!"
Also expected to appear on the show's premiere are former All My Children star Cameron Mathison, Mario Lopez, Antonio Sabato Jr., and Terry Crews.
The 57-year-old's show debuts on Monday ahead of a six-week test run.
"I want to be an inspiration to somebody," she said. "I want to empower people, especially young women, to feel like they can go out and get it and follow their dream and be successful at any age."