Sister sass! Kylie and Kendall Jenner got in on the fun Tuesday night as they shared a hilarious doctored photo of themselves spoofing big sister Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's April 2014 Vogue cover.
"Sorry Kim," Kylie, 16, wrote via Twitter on Tuesday, March 25. Alongside the caption, the reality star posted a photo of the Annie Leibovitz-shot cover. Kylie photoshopped her head onto Kardashian, 33, while Kendall, 18, took the place of her future brother-in-law, 36. "Love," the model wrote on her own Twitter account.
Kylie and Kendall's spoof on Kimye's big moment isn't the first, and most likely won't be the last. On March 21, Seth Rogen and James Franco spoofed the cover themselves. "It had to be done," Rogen, 31, joked via Twitter. (The Pineapple Express costars and longtime friends previously poked fun of the engaged couple's "Bound 2" video with their own super-sexy "Bound 3" clip back in November 2013.)
After tweeting that she "couldn't breathe" following the Vogue reveal last Friday, Kardashian spoke out for the first time about the honor during an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers Wednesday night.
"It was this top-secret mission trying to keep out all of my sisters and everyone," she told Meyers. "They were a little suspicious, but I just said Kanye was shooting something at my mom's house and it was really private, and just kind of blamed it on him."
She added: "Kanye's the first rapper, I'm the first reality star, we're the first interracial couple [on the cover]."