North West caused quite a scene when she sobbed in the front row of her daddy’s New York Fashion Week show on Feb. 12. But don’t expect Kanye and Kim to leave her at home next time around. In fact, they insist on bringing her to every fashion show, according to a HollywoodLife.com insider. Find out why!
North West was the youngest person in the front row at her daddy, Kanye West‘s, New York Fashion Week show on Feb. 12. It seemed a little odd that the 1-year-old was sitting amongst the likes of Beyonce, Jay Z, Rihanna and Justin Bieber, but Kim Kardashian and Kanye like it that way.
North West At Fashion Shows: Why Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Insist On Taking Her
Kim and Kanye might have liked having their daughter at the fashion show, but she sobbed and cause quite a scene. So why did they take North to the fashion show?
“Because they want to, they can, and they’re going to continue doing so. Kanye was so upset and angry with himself last year because he missed a lot of time with Nori due to his busy work schedule and other business obligations. That’s not happening anymore. No more phone calls, no more FaceTimes with Nori. no more of that. He made a promise to Kim and Nori that he’s going to be a hands-on father and he meant it. Wherever he goes, the family goes, including Nori,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
While it seems unusual to bring babies to a fashion show, we’re happy to hear Kanye wants to make sure he spends more time with his family. Clearly, Kim and North both mean a lot to him.
Plus, Kanye likes the attention North is getting.
North West: Kanye West’s Famous Daughter Getting Lots Of Attention
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Kanye wants North West to become a household name — he also refuses to stand in the way of her fame.
“He can’t stop Nori from being an international star. He doesn’t even want to,” an inside source told HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should Kim and Kanye take North to fashion shows? Tell us how you feel!
— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Eric Ray