Kim Kardashian has revealed that she brought eldest daughter North to the White House during one of her multiple visits to Washington D.C. in 2019.
The reality star shocked fans over New Year’s as she took to Instagram to share her highlights reel that included pics of her posing with North and other family members in the President’s quarters.
In one snap, North is seen standing in the Oval Office posing in a pretty silver dress and with her hair in cute plaits.
Another photo shows the youngster kissing her mum as they kneel behind the president’s desk.
Kim’s grandmother MJ – the mother of Kris Jenner – also crops up in the pictures.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashian stars also had a picture underneath a portrait of George Washington during their tour.
The album was dated ‘July’ but Kim made a number trips to the White House in last year as she campaigned for prison reform in the United States.
Kim even delivered a speech alongside Donald Trump to advocate for prisoners – with the moment filmed for her family’s E! realty series.
Beforehand, Kim was seen FaceTiming proud momager Kris who told her: “You’re in the West Wing! This is the best phone call ever.”
Kim was then introduced on stage by the president as she sat beside First Daughter Ivanka Trump
Mr Trump said: “I’d like to invite up a very special guest, and a powerful advocate for not only justice reform but just a good person… and I hear she starting to study law… soon she will be one of the most successful lawyers, I hate to tell all my lawyers back there.”
Kim later joked that she just ‘winged’ her speech and delivered her words from the heart.
As well as making leaps with her prison reform work, Kim also began a four-year apprenticeship with a law firm in 2019 with hopes of taking the bar in 2022.
“I spend more time on this than I do anything else. It’s insane but it’s so fun to be around people that are super smart and get it and want the same thing.” Kim said on a recent episode of KUWTK.