Kardashian baby pic up for sale

2013-07-01 11:56
Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian and Kanye West plan to sell the first picture of their baby for charity.

The couple, who welcomed their daughter, North West, into the world five weeks early on June 15, has reportedly decided to share an intimate snap of the newborn via a multi-million dollar magazine deal but will donate all of the proceeds to a children's charity.

The highest bidder

A source told gossip website TMZ.com that Kim, 32, hasn't accepted an offer yet but will take part in a family photo-shoot with the highest bidder.

The couple previously turned down an offer of $3 million for the first images of their baby, while Kim was still pregnant.

Refused to appear on talk show

Meanwhile, Kim and Kanye, 36, who previously vowed to protect their daughter's privacy, have refused to appear with their baby on Kris' new talk show, which is set to debut in the U.S. next month.

Kim has also informed producers that she won't allow North to be shown on her E! reality series Keeping Up with the Kardashians next season.

Kanye recently declared that his child's privacy was his top priority.


  • Faahim Dajee - 2013-07-01 12:03

    Headline should be 'Highest bidder' will get Kim and baby pic.

  • Tim Norris - 2013-07-01 12:13

    It is a sad reflection on society that they, or anyone, can get money for pics of their baby. And as for claiming that privacy is their No. 1 priority while auctioning a photo shoot is such pathetic hypocrisy.

  • Ben - 2013-07-01 12:30

    Human waste... urgh.

  • MORENZA - 2013-07-01 12:44

    you guys broke already? you shouldn't exploit your kid like that.

  • Chez Kri - 2013-07-01 13:26

    It's so easy to say that they'll donate to charity but how do we know they will? Certainly they haver never shown themselves to be people of high moral standard! I heard that all the millions promised by Brangelina to Namibian charities was never forthcoming. I wonder if that's true?

  • Mmangaka Molapisi - 2013-07-02 21:07

    Thumbs up they are raising money foe childerns' charities! I applaud that. We must not forget how kids are suffering in South Sudan, Syria, most parts of Africa and elsewhere in the 3rd world. Let's hope the gravy train reach the poor kids.

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