Disneyland came to a standstill as Kim Kardashian marked her daughter North West's birthday with a fun-filled family party. It had been reported beforehand that the pregnant reality TV queen and husband Kanye West planned to shut down the attraction so they could celebrate in private, but the couple chose to mingle with other visitors wearing Mickey Mouse ears and face paint.
Held by her rap star daddy, Nori was seen clutching an animal balloon on a carousel. Also in the party was the little's girl auntie Kourtney Kardashian riding alongside her daughter Penelope. The two cousins are very close, often attending ballet class together, with North looking particularly adorable in her tutu and Balmain jacket.
Kim's younger sisters Kendall, 19, and Kylie, 17, also joined in the excitement. Kylie had invited along rapper Tyga, whom she is said to be dating. The 25-year-old had his cute two-year-old son King Cairo Stevenson in tow.
Proud grandma Kris Jenner appeared to have sat out the outing. However, she marked the day by posting a sweet message on Instagram to her "Tutu girl" with the hashtags: "#northwest #bestdirection #lovebug #youaretwo!!!"
The celebrations come just a week after Kim spent over £70,000 to hire the Staples Center in Los Angeles for Kanye's birthday.
In an incredible birthday treat, Kim surprised her husband with a star-studded basketball game with his favourite NBA players and friends including Tyga, Justin Bieber and John Legend.
This time next year the Kardashian-Wests will be a family of four. It's not yet known whether Kim's second child is a boy or girl. Since announcing her latest pregnancy two weeks ago, the American beauty has been forced to deal with a whirlwind of rumours.
"So many rumours," she recently tweeted. "We are not having twins, yes I am carrying my own baby lol & we have not told anyone the sex of our baby yet!"
Nor will the new arrival be called South. "I don't like South West because North will always be better, and she has a better direction," the yummy mum told radio station NPR, adding that the idea of calling her child South would be "so stupid".