The 10-year-old penned an adorable note to her mom during their Tokyo vacation
On Thursday, the SKIMS founder, 42, shared a sweet handwritten note from her 10-year-old daughter, penned during their Tokyo vacation.
“Don’t want to share it all but my heart 💜,” Kardashian captioned the Instagram Story.
While only part of the note could be seen, North had included the words, “I love you so much,” and “Thank you so much,” as well as drawing a heart around the words “Dear Mom.”
The heartfelt note was written on headed paper from the pair’s hotel in the Japanese capital, the Aman Tokyo.
The mother-daughter duo have been documenting their Tokyo vacation across Instagram and their joint TikTok account.
In another snap shared on her Story, Kardashian and North visited Universal Studios Japan and posed with some costumed Hello Kitty characters. The pair donned matching colorful headbands for the selfie, with Kardashian pouting and North flashing a smile.
Kardashian and North have been joined in Japan by North’s pal Everleigh and her mom Ashley Yano. In a clip shared on The Kardashians star’s Story, North and Everleigh held hands as they made their way to meet the Hello Kitty characters in the theme park.
The foursome posed for a series of shots in front of some traditional architecture in the city, with a slideshow of pictures being shared on Kardashian and North’s TikTok account.
Paying homage to her dad, North wore an ensemble that resembled one from early in the “Stronger” rapper’s career, rocking a long-sleeved Ralph Lauren polo shirt with blue and orange stripes.
West sported the look during the era of his 2004 album The College Dropout, but it’s not known if North was wearing the exact same polo shirt.
However, during a season 3 episode of The Kardashians, Kardashian took viewers inside her storage unit and revealed that she still has all of her ex-husband’s old clothes and she is keeping them for their kids.
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“It’s a mix of his actual clothes [or designs],” she said. “He just gave it to me and was like, ‘Here.’ He just doesn’t want it anymore, like he tells me to burn his stuff. He’s like, ‘Who cares, burn it.’ I thought maybe the kids would think it was so cool, so I kind of kept everything for the kids.”
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