KIM Kardashian showed off her singing skills while watching Beauty and the Beast with her daughter Chicago.
The KUWTK star, 40, was word-perfect as she belted out one of the songs in the Disney classic with Chicago, three, and her nieces Stormi, three, and True, two.
Kim enthusiastically sang along to the song, Belle, while filming the toddlers watching the movie in her home theater.
"Do you guys not know all the words to this?" she asked the kids, laughing, as they gave her a nonplussed look and went back to their snacks.
The mother-of-four added, "I love this movie!"
Kylie Jenner is mom to Stormi and Khloe Kardashian is True's mother.
While it may come as a surprise to some that Kim enjoys singing, the reality star's devotees will remember her short-lived music career.
The SKIMS founder collaborated with producer The-Dream on the dance track Jam (Turn It Up) in 2011.
The charity single turned out to be her only official song.
Kim – who recently filed for divorce from rapper Kanye West – later admitted she regretted recording the track.
The KKW Beauty founder has been immersing herself in family life as he deals with her split from Kanye.
The exes have four kids together – North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, and Psalm, 21 months.
Kim – who is being represented by divorce lawyer Laura Wasser – is asking for joint legal and physical custody of their brood.
Sources exclusively told The Sun that Kim feels like she's "losing her brand and her identity" amid her divorce.
"Kim is struggling with her identity," an insider told The Sun.
"One of the main reasons Kim has held off so long on this divorce is her fear of losing her identity," the insider went on.
"In her eyes, she is Kanye West's wife. They are 'Kim and Kanye.'
"She had always wanted to be married and wanted nothing more than to stay that way. She not only fell in love with Kanye but also fell in love with the idea of 'Kim and Kanye.'
Kanye was spotted last week still wearing his wedding ring and smiling as he headed into his Calabasas office.
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