Kim Kardashian Reveals Why Daughter Chicago Had to Be Edited into Their Family Halloween Photo
"We tried to explain and show her that it was just daddy but she didn't get the concept yet!" Kim Kardashian West shared on Instagram
Arguably the most committed to his character? Dad Kanye West, who was completely covered by a head-to-toe Dino costume to portray the Flintstone family pet as he posed with his wife and children against a prehistoric backdrop.
But second-youngest child Chi, 21 months, was maybe a little more off to the side than she normally would be, noticeably doctored into the shot.
“This family pic was such a challenge because Chicago was so scared of Dino! LOL We tried to explain and show her that it was just daddy but she didn’t get the concept yet! So shout out to the photographer for editing her in & making our family [Flintstones] dreams come true!” Kardashian West, 39, captioned her family snapshot.
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The cuteness didn’t stop there. Son Saint, 3½, and daughter North, 6, led the group as Fred and Wilma Flintstone, respectively, while their little sister Chicago donned a red wig with a faux bone as their daughter, Pebbles.
Then came Kardashian West looking picture-perfect as Betty Rubble with a tiny Bamm-Bamm in her arms — expertly played by baby Psalm.
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Chi’s fear of her dad in the Dino costume may come as a surprise to fans of the Kardashian-Jenner family, as the youngster has a history of age-defying bravery!
In an August video posted to Kardashian West’s Instagram feed, her younger daughter got up close and personal with a snake, gently yet fearlessly grasping the reptile and holding it in her arms nonchalantly as it slithered around her little shoulders. She then giggled when a snake handler showed her another one.
Toward the end of the video, she looked at the camera with a smile and hugged the snake that she was holding.