Another day, another issue with the Kardashians. On Dec. 26, Kim Kardashian took to Instagram to share a sweet Christmas photo for all of her 123M followers to see. The family portrait should have been a Christmas miracle, but unfortunately, the mother-of-three was slammed for letting her 5-year-old daughter, North, wear lipstick. In the picture, Kim is holding Chicago, while Kanye West is lifting up Saint, and North is basically practicing her modeling poses.
One user wrote, “Do you think it’s too soon for North to wear red lipstick?!!! I’m 19 and I don’t wear red lipstick,” while another echoed, “Why does North have on red lipstick? Let the kid be a kid!” One follower was mad, writing, “Really? She is wearing lipstick? No. What’s wrong with these parents?”
However, some of her fans thought that North was the best part about the snap. “NORTH IS KILLING IT WOW,” one follower wrote, while another said, “North is literally serving looks.” We honestly couldn’t agree more.
Kim even replied to a fan about the lipstick debacle. “She picked it though! It’s a special occasion,” the KUWTK star wrote.
The KKW beauty creator has admitted that while she didn’t get to wear much makeup at a young age, she is OK with her daughter playing around with it. “I had more play makeup that didn’t really work,” she confessed to Entertainment Tonight. “So as long as we keep everything clean and don’t make too much of a mess on things, I’m fine with her expressing herself and having fun with it. It’s not like we are going out and she wants a full face of makeup. It is just at home and playing.”
This isn’t the first time the reality star has been called out for her unique parenting ways, either. In July 2018, Kim shared a snapshot of North giving her dad a kiss on the cheek. It sounds innocent, but fans couldn’t stop pointing out that the 38-year-old straightened her daughter’s naturally curly hair.
It sounds like North is just trying to follow in her mama’s footsteps and we can’t say we blame her!
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