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Posted by Kim Kardashian West on Monday, February 15, 2016

North West doesn't love the limelight as much as her mom does.

In fact, she tried and failed to hide from Kim Kardashian and her camera phone Sunday night. Wearing a Supreme onesie, Ugg boots and a fur coat, North shouted "No!" as her mom recorded a video to share with her followers on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

"No what?" Kim asked.

"No pictures!" North shouted.

North undermined her own sincerity a bit when she fell out of her chair moments later. Her aunt, supermodel Kendall Jenner laughed and told Kim, "That was amazing!"

While photos and videos of North are slowly becoming more common, Kim has only shared one photo of her son Saint West's hand following his Dec. 5, 2015 birth. North "has been a great older sister" since her brother's arrival, a source recently told E! News. "They sure will have a great bond. It's already displayed between baby Saint and North." With her third birthday approaching in June, North "is turning into a little lady and is very smart," the source added.

And clearly, she's a tot who isn't afraid to speak her mind and tell her mom "No pictures!" Kim does keep many of her family's private moments private, of course. As she recently told Editorialist's Spring/Summer 2016 issue, "The biggest misconception about our family is that we don't allow privacy and that we don't have any [privacy]. That's just completely wrong. My mornings are so important to me so I can get [North] up. I work during the day, and hopefully I'm there to put her down at night, which is most of the time. I like to have a really good balance between filming and sharing information on our apps...and balancing it all."

Kim is accurately aware of how much of North's life fuels her social media feed, too. "When North was born, I used to pray, 'Can she handle this life?' Because it's a lot to come into, a family that has the spotlight on them, and it's very public. But I really believe people come into our lives, and they choose us, and she knows what her life is going to be. I value my relationship with her so much. I want to become best friends with her to the [point that] she can ask me anything," she added. "My hope for her is that she is just really kind to people and grows up as normal as possible within all of the chaos."

Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs Sundays at 9 p.m., only on E!