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Kourtney K: Penelope and North fight over shoes

Published 08/05/2015

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian has revealed her daughter Penelope and her niece North West are already fighting over fashion.

Her mother is one of the world’s foremost fashionistas, and it seems the two-year-old has inherited her parent’s sense of style.

But she has some competition from her cousin North West, whose mother is Kourtney’s sister Kim Kardashian.

“Last night North was over and they were fighting over shoes in Penelope's closet and they were so cute,” Kourtney revealed in an interview with Bazaar.com.

“By the end they were sharing and trying the shoes on each other and having so much fun. It reminds me of how Kim and I were when we were little girls.”

Kourtney has three children with partner Scott Disick – Penelope, five-year-old Mason and Reign, who was welcomed into the world last October.

While many mothers take their time getting back into shape following the birth of a child, Kourtney has already managed to reach her goal weight of 116 lbs.

However, she admits that regaining her pre-pregnancy figure was anything but easy.

"I think I forget every time - you give birth and you want your stomach to be flat again,” she said. “It does take a lot of work. Now I'm in full force."

Kourtney is sure to be doted upon by her brood this weekend, as Mother’s Day is celebrated in America on Sunday.

And the 36-year-old reality star will also mark the occasion alongside her siblings and her own mother, Kris Jenner.

"All of our lives are so busy, it's nice to just relax at one of our houses and hang by the pool and just chill,” she said.

"We usually like to make breakfast too. There's this Armenian breakfast we all make together: You have to make the dough the night before, so I do that, and then Khloé and Kendall usually cook the dough in the morning, and then no moms have to do dishes. That's the rule."

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