Kim Kardashian & Kanye West's 7-Year-Old Daughter Is Worth $10 Million Dollars
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For most children, their wealth extends roughly to the coins in their piggy bank. But Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter North West aren't the most children. The oldest of the Kardashian-West children, North - or "Nori", as the family affectionately calls it - turned seven on June 15, and is reported to already have millions in wealth. How much exactly? Let's take a look.
Obviously it helps that North was born into a true Hollywood dynasty. According to CelebrityNetWorth, her mother Kim, who has become a reality star, earns $ 80 million a year and has a net worth of $ 350 million. And thanks to his Yeezy sneakers partnership with Adidas, Kanye recently got into the top class of Hollywood earners with a net worth of $ 3.2 billion. So, yes, mom and dad have money left.
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In the past, this has resulted in everything going north when it comes to gifts. They reportedly spent over $ 70,000 on their eldest child over Christmas. They routinely take her on exotic vacations, she is often seen in designer duds, and her play area in the $ 20 million Kardashian West Villa is every child's dream. However, North's fortune goes far beyond such loot.
As reported by Hollywood Life, Kim and Kanye want North to make their best financial contribution when they leave home. To ensure this, they have already taken important steps towards their daughter's ultimate financial independence. To this end, North has already set up a trust on their behalf. At age 21, she got access to the multi-million dollar account.
"[Kanye] and Kim have each already deposited $ 5 million in an account for them that they can have free and free at 21," said Hollywood Life's insider source, adding, "His decisions are for Nori these days and her future. He tries to put Nori where she doesn't have to work a day in her life. He wants her to create this world, innovate and leave her mark. And he plans for her future as we speak. "
While $ 10 million is definitely a fortune, the 7-year-old north is likely worth a lot more than. In fact, these $ 10 million are supposedly just "fun" money. "It's easy. [Kanye] wants her to live the life she'll be used to," said the source. "It only spends money on her when she is 21. They have prepared a lot more for them in case something should happen to him or Kim. "
And hey, judging by North's recent stage debut on her father's Paris Yeezy show, we feel she'll be bringing in a few million of them in due course. Not only does she inherit considerable trust from her parents, she also seems to have inherited her talent - which we fully expect will one day lead to them making a lot of money like their famous mother and father.
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