Cosmopolitan has reimagined the powerhouse couple as Disney characters and has released a set of wildly amusing illustrations, in which Kim and Kanye can be seen posing as Peter Pan and Tinker Bell, Aladdin and Jasmine and many more.
In one pic (which is our personal favorite), the 33-year-old beauty and her 37-year-old rapper hubby are pictured as characters from The Lion King—and the image even features the couple's daughter North West as well as Kris Jenner.
Hakuna matata, dolls!
There's Kim as Sarabi and Kanye as Mufasa while little Nori takes on the role of young Simba. Oh, and how amazing is Kris Jenner Rafiki, presenting her famous granddaughter to the world?!
It's not hard to identify the Kardashian clan (including 'Ye) in the illustration. Kim's mane resembles her luscious locks while Kanye's classic beard is on full display in addition to Jenner's signature short 'do.
But of course, no Disney character transformation would be complete without a nod to the wildly popular flick Frozen, so naturally, the artist also drew the famous couple as Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell) and Kristoff (Jonathon Groff).
Anna's blond hair has been dyed brown to represent Kim's dark tresses while the "Black Skinhead" rapper even sports his signature Yeezus glasses (which, instantly ups the coolness factor of the epic illustration).
While Kim and Kanye have yet to comment on the pics, believe it or not, the outspoken designer has previously likened himself to a Disney character.
Last year, the 36-year-old musician compared himself to Vanellope von Schweetz, the video game glitch voiced by Sarah Silverman in 2012's Wreck-It Ralph, using the film as an analogy for how he's perceived in the fashion world.
"It's in my code," West said of his passion for design. "Have y'all ever seen Wreck-It Ralph? You remember how that girl in there—the people that was racing? She was the glitch. You're telling me they don't look at me like the motherf--king glitch? You're telling me people don't look at Kanye West like the glitch? Right now."
"She was on the side of the video game, the whole time!" West continued, referring to Vanellope's realization that she's the video game's star and not its downfall. "It's in my code."
Let it go, Kanye, let it go.