Kanye West's and Kourtney Kardashian’s children were the center of attention at a Sunday service recently. North West’s song with her cousin Penelope Disick was the highlight of the day.

North, 5, sang “Poopy-di scoop” from her father’s single “Lift Yourself” at the Sunday service, People reported. The young lady shared the microphone with her 6-year-old cousin Penelope.

The two girls were wearing matching, pink feather tops and dancing with the other children, while their parents encouraged them to sing. The girls were later seen dancing with their grandmother, Kris Jenner.

Kanye stayed by his daughter’s side as she took the lead to sing and share the microphone with Penelope. Kardashian’s daughter seemed reluctant at first, but North appears to have helped her by whispering the lyrics in her ear.

The Kardashians are all back in their homes after taking trips recently. Kanye had taken his family to Bali, while Kardashian took her children and her ex Scott Disick to Finland to celebrate her birthday a little early.

With the family back in the U.S., they all got a chance to celebrate Khloé Kardashian’s daughter True’s first birthday. Kourtney shared a picture of True playing with her children on Instagram.

Kourtney wished True on her first birthday in her post, and said that this is most suited name for the toddler because she saw true love between True and her mother. Kourtney’s children got to spend some time with their cousin, and they also held the toddler in their arms while posing for the cameras.

Kim Kardashian also shared pictures of True spending time with her family on Instagram. Wishing the toddler on her first birthday, Kim said that she couldn’t have dreamed of a better best friend for her than her cousin. The reality TV star added that she was reminded of her relationship with Khloé after seeing the bond between the children.

Kourtney Kardashian Kourtney Kardashian attends the amfAR New York Gala 2019 at Cipriani Wall Street on February 6, 2019 in New York City. Photo: Getty Images/ Michael Loccisano