SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 27: Kylie Jenner attends the premiere of Netflix’s “Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly” at Barker Hangar on August 27, 2019 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by David Livingston/WireImage)

In a preview of the kind of glamorous get-ups we can expect to see her in by the time she’s a pre-teen, Stormi Webster, spawn of Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott, was dressed by her Mom, as her Mom for Halloween. 

Her costume? Kylie’s Met Gala outfit this year, complete with clutch and purple wig. 

We don’t even want to guess how much this little ensemble cost, and who conceived it, and why. But we have to admit that the results are pretty cute. 

Jenner regularly posts pictures of Stormi (in between her many, many posts of herself, of course) and shares Mommy moments, like this cute one where she’s encouraging Stormi to cross a bridge in a playground, and Stormi giggling with her young cousins, and Stormi as a future basketball star in the making. 

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reach for the stars baby 😩😩😍😂

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Stormi also, infamously, popped up in a video that Jenner posted earlier this month to her YouTube channel. In the “Official Kylie Jenner Office Tour” she gives a grand tour of her cosmetics empire headquarters (dressed in a Chanel suit and diamond necklace valued at around $750k, natch) and wakes daughter Stormi by saying “Rise and Shine” in a sing-song voice. The moment spawned a thousand memes and Jenner, never one to miss a business opportunity, quickly began selling Rise and Shine merch on her website and has made a move to trademark the expression, along with the less formal “riiise and shiiinnee.” 

Jenner’s lost a trademark bid once before, to none other than our Kylie. Let’s see how the billionaire fares this time around.

thoughts?