Kanye West was a doting dad over the Easter weekend as he dressed in a rabbit costume to surprise his daughter, North. The rap star's hilarious antics were shared with fans on wife Kim Kardashian's Snapchat.
The 38-year-old and Kylie Jenner's boyfriend Tyga delighted little North by dancing into the room in matching white rabbit costumes. Capturing the lovely moment on film, Kim cheers as the two wave to the camera, saying: "the Easter bunnies have shown up! Look! I wonder who's in there?"
The two-year-old, known affectionately as Nori, looked adorable in a pale pink dress and rabbit ears. Although she seemed hesitant for a moment, she quickly warmed to Kanye's Easter bunny disguise, giving her bunny-clad dad two high-fives and jumping into a hug.
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North was delighted at her dad's costume and jumped into his arms
Kourtney Kardashian also shared a cute moment of North giggling with two friends as they pulled at strings on Kanye's costume to stop him from walking, eliciting a collective "aw!" from the adults watching.
The Kardashians enjoyed a hectic Easter weekend full of activities for the children of the family including North's three-month-old brother Saint and their cousins, Kourtney's three children Mason, six, Penelope, three, and Reign, one.
The family took part in Easter-themed arts & crafts, an Easter egg hunt, and even looked after four adorable rabbits for the day.
Kanye West and Tyga hilariously surprised the children
The Kardashians have had a busy week throwing parties. Not only did they organise this Easter extravaganza for their children, earlier this week they also hosted Chrissy Teigen's baby shower, complete with a beautiful lavish cake, John Legend-themed cupcakes and McDonalds-themed brunch.
The sisters' elaborate party planning could be a distraction from recent reports that Kourtney, Khloe and Kim are being sued in a $180 million lawsuit. The investment firm behind their beauty line have claimed they didn't do enough to promote the products, and that their company has suffered significant damage" as a result.