Kourtney Kardashian’s daughter Penelope gets first haircut aged six

Kourtney Kardashian’s six-year-old daughter Penelope got her first-ever haircut on Monday (11Feb19).

The 39-year-old reality star documented the momentous occasion on her Instagram page, sharing a snap of Penelope modelling her new look alongside the caption: “First ever hair cut in all of her enchanting six years.”

Hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons was responsible for Penelope’s makeover – swapping her long locks for a choppy bob – and also posted about the appointment on his Instagram Stories, writing: “Gave Penelope her first ever haircut today! That was pretty special.”

Following Penelope’s cut, her auntie Khloe took to social media to share a comparison picture of herself and her young relative – with the similarities between the two ‘dos clear to see.

“So basically, P is obsessed with me (jk) lol how FREAKING CUTE is she with her hair cut???!!!?” Khloe wrote.

Despite being just six years old, Penelope is already making a name for herself as something of a fashionista. In a recent interview with People, Kourtney told the outlet that her daughter has a strong sense of style, adding: “She does everything. She loves it. I usually just try to let her go with it. Once in a while I might chime in with, ‘Well, maybe it might look better like this,’ but for the most part, I let her do her thing.”

Kourtney shares three children – Penelope, Mason, nine, and four-year-old Reign – with former partner Scott Disick

Like his older sister, Reign has never had a haircut – and has frequently divided opinion with his long tresses, which reach below his shoulders. Alongside a social media snap Kourtney shared last December, followers were quick to comment on Reign’s hair, with one writing: “Cut his hair. So ridiculous. And don’t state that he wants it that long. Dear god, he is a child, he does not know any better. You did the same with Mason. What is your point?”

While Mason now has a trendy short cut, he also had long hair until he was out of his toddler years.