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Kylie Jenner attends the premiere of Netflix's "Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly" at Barker Hangar on August 27, 2019 in Santa Monica, California.

Kylie Jenner may be trying to share her latest cosmetics product on social media, but there was one special guest who made an adorable appearance on her Instagram: her 4-year-old daughter, Stormi Webster.

In a clip posted to her Instagram Stories yesterday (March 10), the mom of two shared an impromptu message to fans about her lip products, when Stormi popped in for a quick cameo.

“OK, so I know I’ve been MIA for a while…Stormi wants to be in this,” Kylie began as Stormi made her way into the frame. “Get out of here, let me do this for two seconds.” Stormi sweetly replied, “OK” as her mom thanked her.

The latest clip from the Kylie Cosmetics founder comes a little more than a month after she and Travis Scott welcomed their second child together, a son named Wolf Webster, on February 2. Per E! News, Kylie and the family are “doing really well.” As the insider put it, Kylie “is happy to be out and about again after having baby Wolf” and “feels relieved to be able to feel comfortable leaving the house again and get back to some sort of normalcy.”

“Kylie has been soaking in this first month with her baby and hasn’t been too focused on anything else,” the insider added. “She’s enjoying the time bonding with Wolf and adjusting with her new family of four.”

Last month, another source told the outlet that Kylie, 24, and Travis, 30, were fully prepared to adjust with the newest addition. “They had their routine down with Stormi, so they are now having to get back into the swing of things like having to be up at all hours of the night and accommodating two kids at the same time,” the source said. “They are adjusting and Travis has been helping Kylie a lot.”

As for big sister Stormi, having a younger sibling is simply the best. “Travis and Kylie love seeing her as a big sister,” the source shared. “And they tried to prepare her as much as they could.”