Where are these girls’ parents?!
But why were they even there?!
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Although Nick Cannon had said he doesn't feel comfortable selling pictures of his kids, we all know it's bound to happen! After all, it's better they get an early start on 7-week-old Moroccan Scott and Monroe's college funds, then let the slimy paparazzi profit!
Despite his initial objections, Nick and Mariah Carey do plan on selling pictures of their children to the tabloids, but want to do it right.
"Mariah and Nick are more concerned with doing the right thing than going to the highest bidder. They're talking to a number of publications about doing it in the best and most tasteful way. Nick has said on radio he doesn't feel entirely comfortable selling pictures of his children. But the first picture remains very valuable to the paparazzi."
Not nearly as valuable as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's $14 million pics of Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline in 2008 (which thankfully went to charity), but they're still fetching a pretty penny with an estimated worth of $200,000.
Apparently there are a few offers on the table, but the couple is taking their time to pick the publication they want to work with, as a source continued:
"There's not much movement going on right now. Everyone wants them, and everyone is putting in offers. But times and budgets have changed from the Brangie baby years."
We think Nick and Mariah should take all the time they need and consider all the options on the table, then pick the magazine they can trust.
OR…they could just give them to us for free? LOLz! Just a thought!
How much do U think the couple will get for the pics of their children and which tabloid is going to get them?
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