Khloe Kardashian has denied cutting short a TV interview with Australian morning show Sunrise when she was asked about her baby niece, North West.
The reality star was chatting to host Samantha Armytage about the new Kardashian Kollection, which includes a line of baby clothing.
Sam asked, "I guess the baby line was inspired now with lots of nieces and nephews running around. How's baby North going?"
Khloe began to answer the question before the interview abruptly cut out and the screen turned black.
Following the incident, Sunrise tweeted: "We thought it was a technical glitch but turns out @KhloEkardashian's people pulled the plug after @Sam_armytage asked about baby North," to which Khloé, 29, did not take a liking.
She publicly replied to the programme, accusing them of looking for a story. "Why would I cut an interview short because of North? Get over yourself Sunrise... The call dropped... stop reaching for a story," she wrote.
Later, she returned to the micro-blogging site, referencing her outspoken alter-ego. "Sorry KhloMoney took my phone", she wrote.
Sunrise executive producer Michael Pell later confirmed that Khloe's people did pull the plug on the interview and that her local rep had apologised.
But Khloé didn't hold onto the bad feeling for long, going on to celebrate St Patrick's Day with her family. She posted a snap of herself and nephew Mason, in which the brunette has donned a pair of green shamrock-shaped glasses and Mason has a Spiderman hat on.
Soon after she tweeted: "I love being an aunt!!!! #AuntieKoKo" alongside a short video, in which Mason hits her over the head with a toy and she is heard squealing, "Mason!"
Kendall joined in the Irish-themed fun. The two sisters posed for another shot, where Khlóe can be seen wearing a tiny sparkly green hat.