Like mother, like daughter! North West, the 10-year-old daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, seems to be walking in her mom's entrepreneurial footsteps. The first lesson of Girl Bossing 101? Always maximize your profit margin.
Kardashian joked about her eldest child's questionable business sensibilities in a new interview with GQ, during which she revealed that North often sets up a lemonade stand during the weekends.
“She gets a huge pitcher and fills it, puts it in her wagon, and goes down to the corner,” the Skims mogul said. “She has a table and chairs and fans to keep herself cool. She makes signs. She stays there hours and hours. Her friends help, so she splits the money with them.”
While the lemonade stand's set-up seems to be consistent, North's decision-making skills for customer service is a bit more arbitrary. “If a random person stops, she will charge them only $2,” Kardashian explained. “If she knows you, she will fully scam you. I’ll get calls from my friends saying she charged them $20 for a lemonade. She’ll grab their $20 and say, ‘I don’t have any change.’”
Later in the interview, Kardashian talked about what it's like to raise four kids as an A-list public figure. (Kardashian and West also share three other children: seven-year-old son Saint, five-year-old daughter Chicago, and four-year-old son Psalm.)
“I try to have my kids be as normal as possible and live in a neighborhood where they can ride bikes to their cousins’ houses,” she said, noting that their Hidden Hills mansion includes security details like a gated entrance and guards. “I understand that it is not a normal life. We’re never going to have a normal family life, no matter what. As a parent, I want to protect them as much as I can.”
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