The newest ruler of Asgard? Stormi!
Kylie Jenner‘s 14-month-old baby girl put her fitting name to perfect use this week to celebrate the opening of Avengers: Endgame, donning a mini version of Thor’s uniform and signature red cape in a video her mama shared to her Instagram Story on Friday.
“Thor! Thor! Hey!” Jenner, 21, says from off camera after Stormi takes a tiny plush version of Mjolnir, the hammer Chris Hemsworth yields in the movies, and wields it adorably.
“Hey!” the youngster says back.
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Stormi also joined Jenner and dad Travis Scott for a photo shoot surrounding the epic three-hour film, which marks the conclusion of the seven-year Avengers saga as the original heroes band together in an effort to figure out what happened to their snapped-out friends.
Jenner dressed up as one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s newest and most badass superheroes — Captain Marvel, played by Brie Larson — while Scott, 27, went more old school as Robert Downey Jr.‘s Iron Man.
“Happy end game everyone,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star captioned the sweet family snapshot, taken in front of a red luxury sports car and shared late Thursday evening.
Stormi’s cute little “Hey!” might just be a result of her mom’s dedication to teaching her daughter her first words.
Earlier this month, the Kylie Cosmetics guru posted short videos of herself and Stormi reading from the baby book First 100 Words on her Instagram Story. The reality star asked Stormi to point out the broccoli from the board book, which she successfully did before pointing out other fruits and veggies all on her own.
The $7 vocabulary book is extremely popular on Amazon, with over 7,500 positive reviews from customers who gave it four- to five-star ratings. First 100 Words is recommended for kids ages 2 and up, and helps toddlers learn 100 everyday words from different categories like food, pets, bedtime, colors and more.
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