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Kim Kardashian has revealed that her and husband Kanye West’s four-year-old daughter, North, wants to launch her own YouTube channel, with the toddler regularly tuning into tutorials on the video sharing site.
Kim went on to confess that she would be concerned about having her daughter on the site – even though she thinks North would make great videos.
Speaking to Women’s Wear Daily, the reality star explained: “The other day, it was so funny. My daughter watches so many YouTube tutorials and videos. She was unboxing the My Little Pony ColourPop collection, and I thought to myself, ‘I wish I was recording this,’ because her reaction was so funny.
“And then she did makeup on the My Little Pony that they gave and she said, ‘Mom, I want to do a YouTube video.'”
Kim continued: “I don’t know if it’s something she would really want to do but it’s always a struggle on how much you want to have exposed or how much access you want them to have to social media.
“In the world we live in today, I don’t think you ask someone young growing up to not be on social media – that’s just cruel. That’s like asking [someone] to not communicate.”
Although she is yet to have any social media channels of her own, North regularly features on her mum’s Snapchat account and occasionally appears in the Kardashian family’s reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Dad Kanye also gave North a starring role in his 2015 music video ‘Only One’.
Meanwhile, Kim has also revealed that she is expecting a little girl via surrogate in the coming months, confirming her third child’s gender in a chat with Ellen DeGeneres.
The star has made no secret of her struggle to get North to bond with her 23-month-old brother Saint after his arrival in December 2015, and she confessed that she hoped that North would be a little more welcoming with her sister.
She shared: “North is really excited about that. [Having a brother] was a little trickier, so she’s excited.
“Let’s see if it lasts. I explained to her, ‘Four in the morning, when you come in my room, I’ll be with baby sister, I have to feed her’, so we’ll see how it goes.”