North West too young to enjoy birthday bash

2014-06-23 18:00

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian's daughter was reportedly too young to enjoy her first birthday party.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and husband Kanye West threw a lavish Coachella-inspired bash, "Kidchella", on Saturday to celebrate North's recent milestone, but the little girl spent most of the time in the reality TV star's arms because she was unable to participate in many of the activities.

An eye-witness told "Kim was holding North a lot of the time, and the party seemed to be geared towards a little bit older kids."

The insider insisted: "But it was a family party with all ages, and no matter what age they were, they were having a great time. There was so much to do."

Guests at the mock music festival in Kim's sister Kourtney Kardashian's backyard in Calabasas, California were greeted with tie-dyed wristbands.

Some of the activities on offer included hair braiding, face painting, tie-dying T-shirts and a huge Ferris wheel.

There were also small stalls, picnic benches, performance stages and a bouncy castle at the party.

The couple spared no expense for the celebration, which took place almost one week after North's actual birthday last Sunday.

The famous family spent that day at the Children's Museum of Manhattan in New York City, exploring five floors of literature, science, media and art, and decided to hold a big party a week later in Los Angeles so both of their families could be present.

A source previously said: "They are throwing her a big party next weekend and Kourtney Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kourtney's kids are coming home for it."

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