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First Photo Of Kim And Kanye's Baby, North West, REVEALED
Well folks, you can now die happy: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby, North West, has been revealed. And she's KUTE!
Kim Kardashian gave birth to North West on June 15 and has been keeping a pretty low-profile since then. (She has been throwing excellent shade at Katie Couric, though.) Kanye West had allegedly originally wanted to debut North West in Vogue, but that apparently fell through so he gave Kris Jenner a present by letting her show off a photo of North during her talk show (and on her Twitter):
Meet North West. #WatchKris pic.twitter.com/QTNJ90baZ6— Kris Jenner Show (@KrisJennerShow) August 23, 2013
The big reveal was accompanied by an interview with Kanye, in which he expounded on his love for Kim and North, and his willingness to undergo even the most dehumanizing of things—being chased by the paparazzi—in order to be with Kim.
"I could have people saying, this is going to damage your credibility as an artist or as a designer, and I say, you know, I don't care, I love this woman," he says in a clip.
"Or someone could say...everyone knows you don't like paparazzi, but why would you be with this person? And I would say, I'm being with this person because I love this person and she's worth it to me."
So there you have it. Kanye is happy, Kris is happy because her ratings are about to go through the roof, and Kim is happy, because she has that cute-ass baby.
All is right with the world.
Here's another preview of the interview:
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