KIM Kardashian has revealed her eldest child North West has created a quarantine house for her dolls amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Kim, 39, took to social media to share a video of the six-year-old's self-made home for her dolls which resembled her mom and 42-year-old dad Kanye West.
The house, which looked like it was made out of Amazon cardboard boxes, featured flowers, books, a bottle of hand sanitizer, and a tiny pillow inside.
As she panned over North's house, Kim said: "North and her houses. She made a quarantined section for Kim and Kanye."
The cardboard house even had windows as Kim described “so we can look out”, whilst laughing to herself.
She later took to her Instagram story to reveal the dolls had moved to "the ultimate fort" that her children had built in order to keep themselves occupied at home.
"Oh, I see you hanging out there," Kim told daughter Chicago, two, as she emerged from one side of the fort.
North then called with excitement: "Mommy's coming inside!" as Kim lifted a sheet and looked in.
"What is in here guys? This one goes all the way through," she exclaimed, as her children ran around excitedly.
"Come on mommy, look at it," replied her four-year-old son Saint, as Kim filmed, while holding baby Psalm.
Kim is taking the coronavirus outbreak very seriously and also took to social media to share a video with her doctor Caesar as they went over some precautions to take amid the pandemic.
After thoroughly washing their hands, they demonstrated alternate greeting techniques, including taping each other's feet and taking a bow.
She also pulled out a container of Clorox wipes to disinfect a gift given to her by sister Khloé Kardashian.
As she wiped down the box, she said: "OK guys, so this is the new jam of what I'm doing every time someone even hands me something."
After thoroughly wiping down the entire makeup box, Kim exhaled, "Ok, now I can give it to my daughter."
There have been more than 2,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the US, and the deadly virus has spread to 49 states.
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