Thursday’s episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” revealed the identity of the woman behind the viral Instagram account Nori’s Black Book, as Kim Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian got a chance to meet her in person.
“We were convinced, first of all, that you were one of our friends,” Kim, 40, said to the page’s creator, Natalie Franklin, who parodies the reality star’s daughter North West.
Khloé, 36, added, “‘Cause, like, how are you exactly how I would think North is?”
The account, which boasts 1 million followers as of Friday morning, is a collection of Kardashian-Jenner-themed memes with sassy comments “from” Kim’s eldest child, whom she shares with her estranged husband, Kanye West.
“I started it like, literally, seven years ago,” Franklin told the Kardashians, explaining the idea came to fruition after seeing the sisters’ Babies “R” Us collection that included North.
“I’m on the phone, and I’m like, ‘God, North would be so f–king pissed. Like, can you imagine being North West and you’re wearing Babies ‘R’ Us? The nerve,’” she continued. “And then just, like, a lightbulb went off.”
During Thursday’s episode, Franklin even had a chance to connect with North over FaceTime — with little fanfare from the 7-year-old.
“So, you got her personality down perfectly,” Khloé said with a laugh.
Both Kim and Franklin shared the same photograph from their get-together on Instagram as the episode aired, with the KKW Beauty helmer joking, “We [stalked] and accused everyone of being this account and the sentiment was that everyone wishes they actually were!”
Franklin, meanwhile, gave a shout-out to the one and only North, writing: “She’s an icon, she’s a legend and she is the moment! I owe you everything! I will keep writing NBB as long as North let’s [sic] me!”
“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on E!