Kim Kardashian Shares Surprising Photos of North West You Have to See to Believe

Kim Kardashian North West

Even though she really doesn't know any better, considering the lifestyle she was born into, have you ever stopped and wondered what in the heck North West must be thinking when there are cameras constantly flashing in her face? I mean, that has to be kind of scary for a little kid, given that so many people will do just about anything to capture a good snapshot of her.

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But based on new Instagram photos of Nori that Kim Kardashian shared, it's perfectly obvious that this kid is a total pro at handling the spotlight and is actually very well trained on how to work the pesky paps.

Get a load of the difference between these two pics, the first displaying how North reacts to the cameras.

 

What we're like in front of the paparazzi...

A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) onNov 11, 2014 at 7:17pm PST

 

And here's a much more candid shot.

 

What we're like at home...

A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) onNov 11, 2014 at 7:15pm PST

 

OMG. She actually smiles, you guys! (And what a gorgeous little smile it is!)

I have to admit, there are times when I've actually felt a little bit sorry for Nori. She'll never really know what it's like to be a "normal" kid, even though she leads a very privileged existence.

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But after seeing these pics, it looks as though she almost enjoys living her life in the spotlight just as much as her famous parents do, which is definitely a little on the odd side, given how young she still is.

Then again, it's probably a good thing that Nori doesn't seem to mind being constantly followed and having absolutely NO privacy wherever she goes. It's not like the attention surrounding her is going to decrease as she grows up, so at least she already knows how to handle it!

Did you get a kick out of the difference in these two pictures?

 

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