Ever wondered what cute little queen of all toddlers North West is going to look like when she is older? Well, oddly enough, she'll look a lot like her reality-star mom, Kim Kardashian. With the help of the incredible and magical Snapchat feature "face swap," mommy Kardashian face swapped with North on her personal Snapchat on Thursday. And OMG, you guys, it's sooo creepy. With most celebrity face swaps leaving everyone having serious nightmares, this 35-year-old version of Nori is haunting. Talk about true mother-daughter bonding.
There's no denying that the Kardashian genes are heavenly — whenever, Kylie, Kendall, Kourtney or Kim swapped their perfectly symmetrical visages, the world seem a lot brighter and really the resemblance was always uncanny. But if this is really how North will look like when she gets older, I'm scared. "This is so weird to face swap as North," Kardashian announced as she laid down on a bed superimposing her eldest child's face onto her own. "Is this what's she's going to look like when she's older," Kardashian continued in another snap, "...Kinda weird." Girrrlll, WE KNOW!!
As Kardashian continued to play around with her mobile app, her face swaps quickly became super hilarious and most of all classic Kim K, as she switched back and forth from swapping her own face with sister, Kourtney, North, and even onto her own (childhood and adult stages). Still, there was no denying how much she loved fooling around with Nori's face the most. "I love me as North. I have to show this to her. Look at how cute."
I am going to have to watch cartoons before bed to get this image out of my head.
But let's be honest, even if this is what North looks like when she is older, I have a feeling she's going to slay on the entire family. With her mother's genes and father's insane talent, everyone is sure to be taking notes from her.
And clearly, the Kardashian face-swapping saga is here to stay and continue. I'm totally going to do this with my 1-year-old niece. Yes, it will scare her too, but duh, parenting 101 in 2016 — and I'm just trying to keep up.