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Kourtney Kardashian's superhero squad

Published 26/10/2015

Kourtney Kardashian and her kids
Kourtney Kardashian and her kids

Kourtney Kardashian dressed up her three children in adorable Halloween costumes over the weekend (24-25Oct15).

Kourtney Kardashian formed a superhero "squad" with her kids for Halloween.

The reality TV star is mother to Mason, five, Penelope, three, and 10-month-old Reign with her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick. In the spirit of the spooky holiday coming up on October 31 (15), the star dressed up her entire brood in cute cloaks and eyemasks. Mason looked the part in red and blue, while Penelope opted for a white outfit with tutu skirt. Little Reign wore stripy blue-and-white leggings and a matching blue cloak.

Of course Kourtney didn't miss out on the opportunity to dress up, showing off her amazing figure in a gold Wonder Woman catsuit with red detail, posting a selfie with her babies.

Sister Kim's daughter North, two, also joined in but decided to go with a different theme. Joining her cousins and aunt for a picture captioned "Squad", the tot wore an adorable white-and-pink unicorn costume.

Kourtney wasn't the only celeb getting into the spooky spirit over the weekend (24-25Oct15). German supermodel Heidi Klum is known for going all-out on the holiday, last year (14) dressing up as an old woman. While she won't give away much quite yet, she did give fans some teasers.

"This is my 16th year hosting Halloween and I’ve had 17 costumes, like Lady Godiva, the Visible Woman to a 95 year-old version of myself,” she smiled to People. “I like to switch it up every year and surprise people.”

The runway star has had a cast especially made for 2015 and will wear a dress by Christian Siriano to complement the look. "I am working with Mike Marino from Prosthetic Renaissance and his team to make this year’s costume,” she revealed. “They cast my entire body — eyes open! — to make the special pieces to make my costume come alive.”

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