Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Kanye West 'sent prince clothes'

Kanye West

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have reportedly sent a baby gift to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

The British royal couple welcomed their first baby, HRH Prince George Alexander Louis, into the world in a London hospital on July 22.

According to UK newspaper The Sun, Kanye and Kim, who recently welcomed a child of their own, were keen to congratulate the couple.

Apparently they sent Catherine and William clothes for the newborn prince that reflect Kanye's style.

"They sent William and Kate mini versions of Kanye's clobber, including skinny jeans and hoodies," the outlet reports.

It's unknown how well the royal couple received the reported gift.

"It depends if the Cambridges want to dress him in it," a source said of whether they will acknowledge the offering.

The Duke and Duchess are currently enjoying their first weeks of parenthood out of the spotlight, after introducing their son to the world last week.

For the next few months, only immediate family members will be allowed to help out with the prince.

Kim has meanwhile been in hiding since giving birth to daughter North West on June 15.

The reality star is reportedly planning to make her first public appearance before attending her half-sister's Sweet 16 party, to avoid overshadowing her big day.

The 32-year-old brunette will attend Kylie's Sweet 16 bash on August 17.

It remains unknown precisely when or how Kim will make her post-baby debut. Reports suggest she may make an appearance on her mother and manager, Kris Jenner's, new talk show.

"Believe it or not, it's not all about Kim," a source told New York Daily News.

"She really wants to go to Kylie's party, and when it comes to the family, [Kim's mom] Kris wants everyone there. Kim is just working with Kris to figure out the best plan of action."

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