Kim Kardashian took to social media recently to share a cute throwback photo of her six-year-old daughter North holding a frog in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Alongside the older photo of North, the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star revealed that she's practicing hairdos on her daughters during the family's COVID-19 quarantine.
In the adorable snap, the eldest daughter of Kim and husband Kanye West is seen holding a frog. She wrote in the caption, "One thing I am doing during this time is practicing hair styles on my girls."
"Something we are doing tonight is getting flash lights and frog watching," Kim added. "There are so many in our backyard at night! I will try to post pics if we spot any on my stories!"
As of this writing, the image has amassed over 1.7 million likes on the photo and video-sharing social networking service. A lot of fans added their thoughts via comments as well. Most of them say North is charming.
Meanwhile, the SKIMS founder's documentary, titled "The Justice Project," premiered on Oxygen on April 5, as reported by Daily Mail.
The day preceding the big debut, Kim was busy promoting the film on her Instagram account. The famous reality star posted an album in which she considered dropping into a Zoom Georgetown class.
In her post, Kim revealed that she visited the Correctional Treatment Facility in Washington D.C. back in July to talk about the Georgetown Prison Scholars program with Dr. Marc Howard.
Kim talked about life at home with Kanye and their four kids amid the coronavirus pandemic.
According to his Instagram account, Howard is a "Georgetown professor, prison educator, exonerator, author of Unusually Cruel, tennis player, husband and father, founder of the Douglass Project."
Kim said in her post that seeing the familiar faces who were recently released from jail doing extraordinary things makes her ecstatic.
Meanwhile, during a recent call-in interview with "The View," Kim talked about life at home with Kanye and their four kids amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Kim and Kanye share sons Psalm and Saint, plus daughters Chicago and North, as reported by PEOPLE. The power couple tied the knot at the Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy, back in May 2014.
During the interview, Kim revealed that having a new baby is off the table after self-isolating with her family. According to her, "it's really tough."
The star additionally uncovered that the family had been spending much of their time watching movies. They are also concentrating on the daily bond.