Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Planning 'Full Scale Security Team To Protect Baby North'


Kim Kardashian might be one of, if not the most, photographed stars on the planet but according to a new report her and boyfriend Kanye West aren't planning for their daughter North to suffer the same fate and won't take her out in public until they've secured a full security team to protect her from photographers.

The Yeezus star's attitude to the snappers is pretty clear after a series of run-ins with the pap squad and it seems he's determined to make sure his baby girl doesn't become a victim of the flash squad. It's over a month now since baby North came into the world, yet we've not seen one sign of her or mum Kim, and according to insiders we won't until Kanye is happy they're protected.

“The last thing he wants is for some stupid [photographer] getting up in his baby’s face," a source told HollywoodLife, "Oh man, that would not be good.”

“[He] is really scared about how he would react if something happened to his baby with someone trying to invade his privacy on the streets,” the source went on, “He knows they’re used to [the media attention] and that’s all good … but he’s not cut from that cloth. Trust me, it’s better they stay inside,”

“[They're] working on getting full-time security when they go out with the baby, at least for the first year or so,” the source added, ”He’s a new dad and he’s going to take care of family the best way he knows how.”

Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Planning 'Full Scale Security Team To Protect Baby North'

Kanye West wasn't happy when he ran into the pap squad earlier this week (Splash News)

Earlier this week Kanye made his feelings pretty for the paparazzi pretty clear as he ranted at a photographer.

"Don't talk to me at all and don't talk to anyone I know at all and tell everybody, never talk to anyone that anyone knows," he said to a TMZ cameraman. "Don't talk to themselves, don't talk ever again."

The rapper also admitted before the birth of North that he was going to be one protective father, something the video footage makes pretty clear.

"One of the things was to be protective, that I would do anything to protect my child or my child's mother. As simple as that," he told the New York Times.

"Well, I just don't want to talk to America about my family," he explained, "Like, this is my baby. This isn't America's baby."

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