Kim Kardashian: 'North West is such a girlie girl'

Kim Kardashian has revealed that her adorable little daughter North West takes after her fashionista mum. "She's really particular about what she likes to wear, she's such a girlie girl," said Kim in a recent interview.

"Every day she wakes up and says 'shoes'. You have to bargain with her – before you change her diaper, she needs a pair of shoes on," the reality TV star told while promoting her latest collection for Kardashian Kids.



Kim revealed that her daughter loves fashion

North has had quite the introduction to the fashion world – just weeks old, she had already been gifted hundreds of coveted items of clothing from the world's most high-profile designers.

She has also made appearances on the front row at some of the most famous runways including Lanvin, Celine and Alexander Wang.

North West is currently accompanying her famous parents on a trip to Armenia – the country where Kim descends from.


North West has attended several high-profile fashion shows

Kim, who lives in Los Angeles with her famous Kardashian-Jenner siblings and her rapper husband Kanye West, has gone back to her roots to learn more about her heritage.

Her late father Robert Kardashian was a third-generation Armenian American, and Kim has always expressed a desire to understand her dad's culture and the country's history.


The toddler always look stylish

The reality TV star was spotted touching down in the Eurasian country on Tuesday, with Kanye and North in tow. Kim, 34, made her way through the airport, cradling a sleeping North who was unaware of the fuss around her.

The toddler, who turns two in June, looked adorable in her cut-off jeans and a loose beige shirt, coordinating with her mum Kim who wore a cream overcoat.

The famous family are visiting Armenia just weeks before the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, which falls on 24 April. Kim has always supported recognition for the massacres by the US government, and activities on her eight-day trip include a visit to a museum to learn more about Armenia's history.

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