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Precious or pitiful: Kim Kardashian puts North West to work modeling

Kim Kardashian is always good for yet one more surprise. MSN.com reported Thursday that Kim Kardashian has decided to start North West on the road to a modeling career, starting at the age of 14 months. Baby Nori is making her debut in the fashion world on the cover of the Fall issue of CR Fashion Book. You can see the cover shot in the video attached to this article. The very beautiful and very wealthy little baby of Kardashian and Kanye West is wearing Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings to light up her serious little face. A cardigan with a Chanel brooch and a little Chanel purse add the extra details. Her hair is tightly curled in little pin curls. The caption to the photo includes a quote from Karl Lagerfield, Chanel’s creative director, and it reads:

Kim Kardashian begins North West's modeling career
Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images

"North West The Future. ‘It is never too early to care about fashion.’”

Well, perhaps it is. What kind of future will Nori have? Most babies are just learning the basics of toddling around and are content to wear nothing but Pampers. North West is sitting under hot lights in the summer wearing a knitted cardigan and a brooch. No wonder she looks so serious!

Kim Kardashian posed for the CR Fashion Book in her ninth month of pregnancy, so, technically, this is a second appearance for her daughter. Vogue had previously featured the little dark-haired model in a photo spread with her mom and dad. Celebrity columnists, such as Rachel Maresca in the New York Daily News, are already making the comparison between Nori’s serious pouty face and her mother’s similar pose. Sometimes, readers must surely wonder if these people read the silly things that they write.

So, what kind of life will this little girl have? Leave a comment below. And, try to refrain from expressing jealousy because a 14-month-old baby girl has a better purse and jewelry than you do. The issue will hit the newsstands on Sept. 4.