Kim Kardashian recently appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen this past Tuesday night, and the day before had appeared on Today for a couple of interviews - and a lot of what she had to say dealt with her beautiful baby girl North West!
The reality star described her daughter as "the silliest girl" who "laughs and smiles all day long," but also shared how North is already like her momma in a lot of respects when it comes to the camera! She said:
"When she’s aware there’s a camera she does this pose face - like this serious, like, duck lips and stare, it’s so cute."
But while North is like her mommy in that regard, the lil' one is like her daddy Kanye West in other ways! Especially her face when she sees the paparazzi… which Kim described as a “mean, angry Kanye face.”
Aww! That's adorable!
Kim actually had A LOT to say on the shows about whether she plans on having more children and if so - when that will happen. She also revealed to Andy why North won't really be featured on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and it is mostly because Kanye didn't want her to! She said:
"I think that, y’know, he feels really strongly, y’know, that she should just try and remain as private as possible. But she will be in the season finale of our show a bit, because we’re sharing parts of our wedding and she was a big part of that. Not a whole lot, just whatever we want - we just don’t want her to grow up too overexposed."
Finally, Matt Lauer asked Kim about her new game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood and how parents should be the ones held responsible if their kids decide to make purchases on it.
Check that out and more by watching the videos (below) !!!
On Wednesday morning, the New Richmond, Wisconsin teen allegedly rode her bike 11 miles to the home of the 15-year-old girl, where she snuck in, beat her for hours, and eventually cut the teenager's throat.
The victim was hospitalized at Westfields Hospital, and is now being treated at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota for "very serious injuries," according to the St. Croix County Sheriff's Office's chief deputy, Scott Knudson.
He also explained that the victim could have been killed if she wasn't found soon enough: