Little North West is putting her foot down. The adorable two-year-old demanded "no pictures" as her mother Kim Kardashian tried to snap yet another photograph of her. Tired of having a camera pointed in her face, North threw a strop and shouted "no" several times as Kim filmed her.
The reality TV queen then uploaded the hilarious clip on Instagram for her 60.6m followers to see.
"No what?" Kim teased her mini-me daughter, who was lying on some cushions, draped in a fur coat and wearing UGG boots.
Kim Kardashian uploaded the hilarious video of her daughter on Instagram
"No pictures!" said North, pouting at her mum with her hair scraped into a bun. "Oh, oh, oh, my bed, my bed!" the little girl cried as the cushions fell apart.
"Ha that was amazing!" laughed Kim's half-sister Kendall Jenner.
"No pictures" seems to be a phrase that North has practised a fair bit. Last year the pint-sized fashionista was heard telling the paparazzi, "I said no pictures!" as she made her way to a ballet class, dressed adorably in a tutu and sporting her signature topknot.
North West is now a big sister to newborn baby Saint
The youngster has just become a big sister to her brother Saint, who was born in December. While Kim frequently shares photos of North on social media, she has only treated fans to one picture of Saint.
The photo showed her baby boy grabbing his big sister's hand. "She said 'he's my best friend,'" it was captioned.
Kim has recently spoken about the bond she shares with her daughter – and set the record straight about her famous family's privacy.
"I want to become best friends with her to the [point that] she can ask me anything," said Kim
"The biggest misconception about our family is that we don't allow privacy and that we don't have any [privacy]," Kim told Editorialist. "That's just completely wrong. My mornings are so important to me so I can get [North] up. I work during the day, and hopefully I'm there to put her down at night, which is most of the time. I like to have a really good balance between filming and sharing information on our apps, and balancing it all."
She added: "When North was born, I used to pray, 'Can she handle this life?' because it's a lot to come into, a family that has the spotlight on them, and it's very public. I value my relationship with her so much. I want to become best friends with her to the [point that] she can ask me anything. My hope for her is that she is just really kind to people and grows up as normal as possible within all of the chaos."