Kim Kardashian West shocked by North’s fame question

Kim Kardashian West shocked by North’s fame question

Kim Kardashian West was left shocked when her daughter asked why she’s famous.
The 37-year-old reality star – who has North, five, Saint, two, and seven-month-old Chicago with husband Kanye West – wasn’t prepared for the questioning from her oldest child, but she was able to quickly satisfy the youngster’s curiousity and helped the little girl come to a realisation about her own life.
She recalled North had asked: "Mom, why are you famous?"
She then added to Big Boy on Real 92.3: "Oh, OK, OK. I’m going to have to explain this right now.
"I’m like, ‘We have a TV show.’ And she was like, ‘Oh OK.’ That was the first time she was like, ‘Oh!’ "
Kim – who rose to prominence after a sex tape featuring herself and former boyfriend Ray J was leaked in 2007 – was then asked about her daughter’s own wealth, as she’s been a regular on ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ since she was born and recently starred alongside her mom and grandmother Kris Jenner in a Fendi campaign.
Big Boy asked: "Do you think North has more money than us? Like her own?"
Kim laughed and replied: "North is good."
Kim recently admitted she doesn’t feel very famous because her kids have no idea about her life in the public eye.
She said: "At home I’m not known. My kids have no clue what’s going on. So I don’t really feel it — I spend most of my time at home."
While North doesn’t know much about film, her eight-year-old cousin Mason Disick – the oldest of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s three children – is very much aware of the family’s life on camera.
Kourtney previously said: "He knows. He doesn’t watch it, but I’ve heard him talk to his friends and say, ‘I’m on a TV show called ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’. I’m like, how does he know that?!’
"Mason calls [the crew] the filmers. He used to be like, ‘Are the filmers coming? I want to show them my Legos that I’m building.’ Now he’s in a phase where he’s like, ‘I don’t like when the filmers are over.’ "