The eldest daughter of reality TV star and rapper Kanye West held a “Stop” sign she wrote herself while sitting front row at the Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2022/2023 show.
“Everyone who knows North knows how funny she finds the last slide!” Kardashian announced this on her Instagram account on Thursday.
“I think North had a problem with the people taking pictures of her so she wrote STOP on her invitation and held it up wishing they would just focus on the show… 😂”
Kardashian included a video of her daughter holding a sign in a slideshow of photos she posted, which you can view below:
Although the photographers didn’t capture North holding the sign, you can see her holding a piece of paper in the photo below.
It’s unclear if her stunt elicited a real-time reaction due to the stellar “frown” surrounding her, which included her mom; Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour; Kardashian family member Chichi Bassi; her grandmother Kris Jenner; and Jenner’s longtime love, Corey Gamble.
Blink three times if you want to go back to Calabasas, up north.
The Skkn founder added that despite how it looked, her 9-year-old was actually having a good time.
“As a mom, I’m so grateful that my daughter loves to accompany me on my work trips and I can bring her and create those memories with my mom,” Kardashian added.
Friends of the Kardashians couldn’t get enough of North. Longtime Kardashian family friend Sarah Howard wrote on Instagram that “North is a FULL WAVE.” Sarah Foster added, “North for the president.”
North also spoke to photographers at separate times during a trip to Paris. ask the paparazzi “Why do you have to wait for us all the time?”
North apparently loves fashionas Kardashian opened up about her daughter’s addiction to all things makeup and her desire to criticize her mom’s outfits.
“North is very opinionated when it comes to what I wear,” Kardashian said. Vogue Forces of Fashion Conference in March.
She will always complain when I wear too much black,” she explained. “I showed up at her school on Valentine’s Day, dressed head to toe in pink, and she was so excited that she ran up and hugged me. [Of course] she opened my coat, saw the black lining and said, “Mom, you’re still in black.”