She couldn't resist! Kim Kardashian shares rare snaps of daughter North
Kanye West has made it clear he doesn’t want daughter North plastered across social media, but fiancé Kim just couldn’t resist the photo opportunity.
The reality TV star has posted two photos of their baby daughter to photo-sharing website Instagram, despite the fact Kanye has done everything to keep her out of the public eye.
Until now, there had only been two pictures of the five-month-old online, but more than 11 million Instagram followers were treated to the new snaps yesterday.
North, who the family affectionately call Nori, giggles in one of the photos. Her mother captioned the image, ‘Lol’.
In the second, the baby is already socialising with big names.
North is pictured getting a hug from designer Riccardo Tisci, the creative director of Givenchy, one of Kim’s favourite labels.
Although Kim may have broken the rules on sharing photos, her opinion has not changed on Nori featuring on the family reality TV show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Kim said, although she loved watching her nephew Mason and niece Penelope’s moments on camera, they did not want the same for North.
Meanwhile, Kim was reportedly ticketed for speeding on Tuesday.
The 33-year-old reality star was driving a black Rolls Royce on a Los Angeles freeway when she was pulled over by the California Highway Patrol, according to TMZ.
The website reports Kim was trying to “evade multiple cars driven by paparazzi” at the time.
The traffic stop apparently caused pandemonium as the photographers jumped out of their cars in the middle of the freeway, backing up traffic, according to the outlet.
In addition to Kim, CHP reportedly cited one photographer for speeding while the rest were allowed to go.
The agency is said to be looking into the incident and is considering further prosecution.
“Our law enforcement sources are saying the paps endangered multiple lives with their risky photography, including Kim's, other drivers on the road, and the officers involved,” TMZ reports.
“They’re not getting away with this,” one source said.