Kim Kardashian may have taken a few petty swipes at the person she desperately tried to befriend, Beyoncé Knowles, by blabbing to her maids that her 1-year-old infant, North West, is a better-looking baby than Queen Bey’s 2-year-old daughter Blue Ivy.
This is part of reports that both Kim Kardashian’s and Beyoncé’s former nannies have been leaking like a faucet to ravenous scandal tabloids who lust for inside info on the two globetrotting stars.
In the June 30 print edition of Life & Style magazine former employees of Kardashian, 33, and Beyoncé, 32, dish what it was like to work for the A-list stars and care for their offspring.
While Kardashian invited Beyoncé to attend her recent nuptials to rapper Kanye West, insiders close to the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star claim she has previously scorned Beyonce’s 2-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy in comparison with her own North West, 1.
“She brags that Nori is cuter than Blue Ivy,” one source told the tabloid. “She loves it.”
Most people can easily see the simple Kardashian brain working that way. Easily
Not only is Kardashian accused of slamming Beyoncé’s girl, sources claims the newlywed also has strict rules when it comes to North’s wardrobe and her nannies’ proximity to her person when out in public.
“Kim dresses her daughter in only neutral colors,” reads the report, adding, “Kim demands her posse walk behind her.”
That’s because she wants the paparazzi to capture her reconstructed fun bags flapping in the wind without a bra, as she so blatantly did the other day.
Beyoncé does not emerge from this critical magazine report unscathed either, however. According to the magazine’s report, the “Irreplaceable” singer has been known to keep a stable of half-dozen nannies to fuss over her daughter Blue Ivy.
“She doesn’t have to do any of the dirty work and can just be loving and doting,” said a “family insider.” “She’s a good mommy, but it seems easy when you have six nannies!”
Kim Kardashian bragged that baby North is cuter than Blue Ivy was originally published on atlantadailyworld.com