Kim Kardashian is no stranger to a photoshoot, but her latest one came crashing down around her.
The reality TV star, 39, was attempting to take pictures of her daughters, North, seven, and Chicago, two, but the outcome was not what she expected.
The adorable siblings were posing up a storm for their famous mum, with Kim’s eldest even teaching her younger sister to pout.
But she’d only taken a few snapshots when it all went horribly wrong.
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"My girls wanted to do a photo shoot [sic] together sitting up on this rail," Kim wrote on the Instagram post. "Swipe to the right to see how it ended."
The last photo was a blurry image of both girls falling to the ground.
Kim clearly found the funny side of it as she posted a 'crying with laughter' emoji.
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North and Chicago looked adorable
Not surprisingly her 186 million followers - including a number of her family members - loved her post.
"Omg the cutest EVER!!!!" wrote Kim’s sister, Khloe Kardashian, and their brother, Rob Kardashian, mirrored his sister’s comment, writing: "Omg" and a heart emoji.
Others wanted to know "who pushed who?"
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North taught Chicago how to pout
Kim and her husband Kanye West welcomed Chicago in January 2018 via surrogate and while they agonised over her name, they rarely call her by it.
"Chicago just looks really long to me and doesn’t flow,” she wrote on her website, KimKardashianWest.com. "So I call her Chi. That’s it, she can decide later if she wants to be called Chicago or Chi."
The couple are also parents to two boys, Saint, four, and Psalm, one. Kim adores motherhood and has been open about how much it’s taught her.
Kim caught the end of the photoshoot on camera
"I have such unconditional love for my kids," she shared with her fans. "No matter what, I will always love them and support them in anything they choose to do in life. My family was so close growing up; now that I'm a mum, I understand the bond my mum and dad felt with us.
"There can be ups and downs with kids but no matter what, I always learn so much from them. Being a mum is the most important job I have."
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