Khloé Kardashian: North so serious
Khloé Kardashian thinks it will be "interesting" to see what North West will be like when grown-up.
The reality star's sister Kim and her fiancé Kanye West became proud parents for the first time after the birth of their daughter in June.
Although few photos have been released of the baby Khloé was happy to give fans an insight into North.
"That baby is so cute! North is one of the cutest babies - besides [sister Kourtney's kids] Mason and Penelope - they're all so adorable. She has such a sweet, calm demeanour. She is really mellow and she laughs. I truly never really hear her cry, they're really lucky in that aspect," she told Australian radio show hosts Kyle and Jackie O.
"She's very serious like her daddy, like her facial expressions. She will look at you like, 'What are you talking about?' She just stares at you like, 'Come on I'm way smarter than you are right now, don't even try to play me'. You can tell that she's gonna have both of their personalities, which is gonna be interesting!"
Kim and Kanye announced the pregnancy last year eight months after they confirmed their relationship. Khloé loves having the musician as a part of her family and is in awe of his confidence.
"He's very passionate in everything he does - he's very outspoken, but Kanye's really shy too. He's a true artist I would say," she added. "He's shy and he likes to be a little introverted at times. But with our immediate family he's outgoing and passionate. He definitely voices his opinion."
Khloé is currently in Australia promoting her new clothing line with brand Lipsy. The last time she was Down Under was in 2011 after Kim announced her plans to divorce Kris Humphries.
The 29-year-old beauty remembers how difficult it was during that time.
"[People] see us on TV and of course as family we fight and we bicker, but I can fight with [Kim] for one second and when someone else attacks her I will be the first one to defend any of my siblings or my parents," Khloé admitted. "[The divorce] was a really hard thing; it was a brave thing for her to do. I think she did a phenomenal job."
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