North West throws tantrum at Alexander Wang Fashion Show

Kanye West tries to console his daughter North West with a rare grin as she threw another tantrum sitting in the front row at the Alexander Wang show on Saturday during New York Fashion Week.

 

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From left to right: North West, Kim Kardashian, Alexander Wang, & Kanye West

The 19-month-old was seated in her mother Kim Kardashian’s lap looking thoroughly distraught crying and squirming. This was not the first time North had an outburst at an event. Just two days before a similar situation occurred on at Kanye’s debut at Fashion Week when she burst out in tears bawling in the front row, seated next to her was Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour.

“North was actually so good throughout Alexander’s show but had a moment for one second when she saw a photographer on the other side of the runway with a toy monkey that looked exactly like her favorite one at home,” a source told US Weekly. “She is obsessed with it and when she saw the photographer holding the same one, she started crying and reaching out with for it for a few seconds. But then it passed and she was good for the show. After the show, the photographer was really nice and came over and gave her the stuffed animal, and she was happy.”

 

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Nicki Minaj offering to help the West family soothe North West

North’s aunt Kendall Jenner Walked in the Alexander Wang show dressed all in black with pale makeup for the gothic-style show. The West family sat near Nicki Minaj, who reached out to offer the tiny tot her hand at the fashion event.

North was dressed in head-to-toe Alexander Wang wearing a black dress with metal stud trim with matching black leggings with black Doc Martin boots and her hair pulled back in a ponytail coordinating with both her parents.

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