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Tuesday 28 July 2015

Kim Kardashian 'gets Beyoncé baby tips'

Published 06/07/2013 | 10:32

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Beyoncé Knowles has reportedly reached out to Kim Kardashian to share her parenting tips.

The reality TV star gave birth to her first child, a girl called North, with rapper Kanye West last month.

Beyoncé, who has a daughter with her rapper husband Jay-Z, has been in touch with Kim to help her with motherhood.

"[She's giving her] invaluable parenting advice," an insider said to RadarOnline. "And they'll see each other in December, if not before, when Beyoncé is back in L.A. for another show."

The singer was reportedly planning to visit Kim at her mom Kris Jenner's home while in Los Angeles to perform.

Sources say this didn't happen because of how tightly her The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour is scheduled.

"Kim hoped Beyoncé would have the chance to get out to Casa Jenner for a visit but she unfortunately didn't have the time," the insider shared.

Kim is yet to be seen out in public following the birth of North.

Kanye is said to be growing increasingly frustrated at Kim's mother's attempts to dissuade her from leaving the house.

Kris has allegedly said Kim must not go out until she's finished brokering a deal for the first baby pictures.

"Kanye was up for taking Kim to one of Beyoncé's shows. Her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour was at Staples Center June 28 and July 1 and Kim was definitely ready to get out. It was Kris who talked her out of it because there is no way Kim would not have been seen and photographed and that would have driven down the price on the official photos," the insider explained.

An Australian magazine has reportedly offered Kim and Kanye a whopping $3.2 million to secure the rights to the first photos of their newborn baby daughter.

The parents are said to have turned down the sum suggested by the unknown publication.

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