L&S: Kim Kardashian brags to nannies ‘that Nori is cuter than Blue Ivy Carter’

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Here are some photos of Kim Kardashian during her three costume changes in NYC yesterday. Seriously! I guess I can understand the gym clothes (I never miss an opportunity to gawk at her ass of lies in workout leggings) and changing into something else after you shower, but the third costume change seems a bit… overdone. But it’s Kim so whatever. Apparently, she’s heading to France to meet up with Kanye. I’m sure we’ll have more photos later today.

Anyway, Life & Style has a bizarre girl-on-girl hate-filled story about Kim and Beyonce. Many have claimed that Kim worships all things Beyonce, that Kim would love to be Beyonce’s BFF, that Kim copies Beyonce at every turn. That might be true. But it might also be true that Kim shades Beyonce. Hard.

Kim Kardashian and Beyoncé may not be the best of friends, but they do have at least one thing in common: nannies who love to share dirt on their former employers. In the June 30 print edition of Life & Style magazine, people who claim to be former employees of Kardashian, 33, and Beyoncé, 32, dish what it was like to work for the A-list stars and care for their offspring — and it isn’t pretty.

While Kardashian may have invited Beyoncé to attend her recent nuptials to rapper Kanye West, “insiders” close to the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star claim she has previously scorned Beyonce’s 2-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy in comparison with her own North West, 1.

“She brags that Nori is cuter than Blue Ivy,” one source told the tabloid. “She loves it.”

Not only is Kardashian accused of slamming Beyoncé’s girl, sources claims the newlywed also has strict rules when it comes to North’s wardrobe and her nannies’ proximity to her person when out in public. “Kim dresses her daughter in only neutral colors,” reads the report, adding, “Kim demands her posse walk behind her.”

While Kardashian may not have the closest bond with her employers, Beyoncé has a bigger problem on her hand: six of them, to be exact. According to the magazine’s report, the “Single Ladies” performer has been known to employ a half-dozen nannies to care for Blue Ivy, her daughter with husband Jay Z.

“She doesn’t have to do any of the dirty work and can just be loving and doting,” said a “family insider.” “She’s a good mommy, but it seems easy when you have six nannies!”

[From International Business Times]

World-class shade. I can feel Solange’s Fists of Bey-Justice coming for the Ass of Lies as we speak. It’s more than possible that Kim trash-talks Beyonce (and Blue Ivy, for the love of God) in private, in front of the nannies. Although I doubt she would disrespect Beyonce in front of Kanye. He wouldn’t be able to stand it. As for Beyonce and the idea that she has six nannies… yes. I believe that. I also believe that Beyonce’s 24-hour documentarian probably carefully edits out the nannies’ participation.

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  1. Arch says:

    Kim can open doors for herself…?!

  2. andypandy says:

    Blue Iv actually seems to recognize her mom

  3. lisa2 says:

    The tabloids did the same thing with Suri and Shiloh.. Sick and dumb. I am not a KK fan but I really wonder that this is not true and the tabloids trying to find their next celebrity to pit against each other.

    Most parents think their baby is the cutest, smartest, most adorable and funniest; even if the don’t say it out loud to anyone

    • FLORC says:

      Yea. I’m not buying this even though I know many moms who do this all the time.
      And no one wants to see your dull videos of your baby doing pretty much nothing. Only parents and those close to the child enjoy them.

      I don’t like these people and think Kris is the absolute worst in humanity, but this is dumb.
      People will grab onto any rumor and hold tight to pass judgement and to justify their unjustifiable eelings of hate.

      • littlestar says:

        I love it, Florc, I love it and I’m glad you said it. No one wants to see dull videos of your baby doing nothing! Lol.

      • TG says:

        Them how come so many stupid kid videos go viral? I try to avoid them at all costs but sometimes someone forces me to watch one and I am never impressed. Yes your 2 year-old might be cute dancing to Single Ladies or whatever the latest rage is at a wedding but if I don’t know this kid why do I give a flying you know what. This is what drives me mad about social media. Those stupid viral videos. It is so common and low. Like watching America’s Funniest Home Videos or something. Corny and cheesy. Yuck.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      Mmmm..I think it might be true and I don’t see the harm in it.

      To echo others, doesn’t everyone think their baby is the cutest? BFD.

  4. Audrey says:

    She should just be proud of north instead of needing to bash another kid

    Maybe she said it cause she’s mad that they skipped out on the wedding?

    Just be happy that north is adorable and healthy :)

  5. ughinsomnia says:

    Blue Ivy knows who her parents are and they actually spend time with her.

  6. QQ says:

    I cant wait for the Beehive (only the most Monkeyfuck crazy of fandoms) to come for her if that happened…or not! LOL

    That said, I KNOW this couldnt have happened cause the Girl who doesnt see her very cute but easily Ignorable baby except for photoshoots and when in the Continental United States isnt talking about how many nannies someone else has…cause frankly maybe Beysus Nanny army probably has shorter shifts compared to A Kardashian live in nanny, night nurse, diaper changer, etc etc

  7. Gabrielle says:

    North is so cute, but I don’t like how Kim dresses her. She’s a baby let her wear some color. I understand not wanting to do all pink but what about green, yellow, purple… Why all black and gray?

    • Zipster says:

      Would a baby really care?

      • Marigold says:

        Of course a baby wouldn’t care. It only annoys me because it’s one of those things they do that they think sets them apart from the little people. Of course *our* baby won’t wear color like the minions. It’s clothes, for Christ’s sake. There shouldn’t be so much thought into making sure she only wears shades instead of colors. Grey, white and black don’t make you high falutin’ people. It makes your baby look like a Gap store from 1999.

      • swack says:

        They baby may not care but wearing colors helps stimulate their mind. I always dressed my girls in colors (and not just pinks and purples). In fact when my one daughter was 12 or 13 and wanted to go with the whole black clothes thing I wouldn’t let her. Blacks, greys and neutrals are depressing to me.

      • Dee says:

        You restrict the color choice your daughter makes at 13 because it’s depressing to you? I understand not allowing her to wear revealing or outlandish clothing or even clothing with vulgar or inappropriate sayings/words but…I don’t know, seems a bit heavy handed. I went through a goth stage when I was in high school, it was a brief form of self expression but unless wearing all black is an indication of depressing behaviour then I don’t understand the need to limit her choice. Anyway no disrespect intended. I guess I just don’t understand but your kid, your rules.

  8. Mikeyangel says:

    Oh my those light jeans are awful. Nice to shade a two year old too. Wish these ladies were in a race to see who could be the best mom, istead of the competition about all the things that don’t matter. Geez and if B has six nannies, wtf does she do with her daughter?

  9. Kenny Boy says:

    I bet Kanye encourages Bey and Jay shit talking right now. Hell, I bet he’s leading it.

  10. Steph says:

    Her butt grosses me out. I like big booties but hers just gives me the skeeves. I just don’t think it looks good.

  11. Lora says:

    Someone saw the pics, where she is almost naked with a wet shirt coming out of a pool?

  12. Dani says:

    Shading another person’s child is the lowest form of low.

  13. lisa2 says:

    Why is the 6 Nannie thing going on for every celeb parent.

    Is that the rule that all celebrities have 6 nannies.. I wonder if the tabloids do a poll to see what would get the general population more outraged..

    if a celeb has 1 or w nannies; no problem

    but if it is 6..people start sharpening the claws and getting the touches.. because this is OUTRAGEOUS.

    Because in most Celebrity Gossip news all of them have 6 nannies.. Which seems to be the number that brings out the most outrage.

    • Mikeyangel says:

      1 or 2 would indicate they receive time off and the parent does some of the heavy lifting so to speak. Also, many who may have 6 have more than 1 child. 6 for one child indicates there is always a nanny and the parents do very little of the work in raising a child. Whatever works for them, or whatever, but there is much joy to be had in the work of raising a child.

    • Kaylah says:

      I honestly think that’s the thing. I remember when Blue was born and they brought out the 6 nannies & diamond pacifier and all the other stories.

      I might shade Bey for her antics once in a while but she’s a good mom. The times we’ve seen them for extended periods of time like when they’re on a yacht there’s one nanny that only has Blue when they want to go for dinner and that’s okay.

    • yolo112 says:

      Having so many probably creates some kind of loop hole…like they are NOT full time so not bennys are given…just the “perks” of being a celeb nanny..??

    • I don’t know about New York, but here in California, there are laws about how many hours a nanny can work without a break. We would have to hire two just to cover work hours and commuting time during the regular week.

  14. Nicolette says:

    What’s with the leather jacket? It’s hot and humid here in NYC.

  15. christina says:

    I think we have (at least one) answer as to why Kim never smiles. Look at her try and fail in the first picture! She is definitely stuck that way.

  16. Kelly Hammonds says:

    It’s awful but because they are such vacuous wastes of flesh I don’t feel so guilty, neither of their babies are cute and I am sure it is devastating to them both. Both girls ended up looking a lot like their fathers which is unfortunate in both cases.

  17. kibbles says:

    I’m not a Kardashian fan, but she can say whatever she wants in private. People shade and diss others in the privacy of their own home all the time. Who cares? It would be a different matter if someone is rude enough to say these things in public or on the record. Everyone thinks his/her child is the most beautiful and if that person has a rivalry with a someone who also has a child of the same age, I would not be surprised that either set of parents make comparisons in private.

    • Kaylah says:

      I’m sorry but that’s an incredibly silly thing to say.
      You can be snarky about other people but to talk about babies then justify it with a “it was in my home” is just a cop out.
      Trash talking babies is tacky & stupid and there’s no justification.

  18. Kim1 says:

    Both girls are cute.The nannies story is BS.As Lisa2 mentioned tabloids did this same BS with Angelina and Katie regarding Suri and Shiloh.They will compare these children forever.

  19. Ang says:

    How does she get that awful ass in those tight jeans? She looks ridiculous, her fashion sense is stupid and so is she. That little girl should wear color!

  20. Kayleigh says:

    Why do celebrities go to gyms? We all know you have a personal gym in at least one of your homes, along with dieticians and chefs all waiting hand and foot for you. So stop strutting around like you’re a human who has to exercise like the rest of us.

  21. Cupcake says:

    If someone held up a picture of North and picture of Blue and asked me who was cuter I would say North. I think she got the best features of both of her parents. Blue unfortunately favors Jay-Z. I feel sorry for Blue just as I feel sorry for the Willis-Moore kids.

  22. G says:

    This is low even for L&S. It’s the magazine that’s throwing shade at Blue Ivy and her parents for not letting them publish pictures of her face. I can’t imagine Kim leaving her own reflection to comment on somebody else let alone somebody else’s child she so desperately wants approval from.

  23. word says:

    I think Blue Ivy will grow up to be a much better human being than Nori. Nori is surrounded by lunatics. The crazyness will rub off on her…poor kid. Plus there are a lot of kids who aren’t very cute but grow up to be stunning. There are also those who are cute as kids but grow up to be less than. Too bad Nori will never be allowed to develop a personality since her parents only care about her being the “number 1 cutest prettiest trendiest celeb spawn OF ALL TIME”.

  24. wow says:

    Well, it’s not like she’s lying. Nori is way cuter than that Blue baby. But in all seriousness, I highly doubt Kim said that.

  25. Anoano says:

    Hmm, hard to believe KK would even have a conversation with her hired staff, except for shouting out requests. But that said, it’s kettle calling other one black. Both kids are not overly WOW-cute (they look too much like their Dads so far for that). Yeah, yeah, all babies are cute but c’mon some are MUCH CUTER than others and Blue and North were not only given ridiculous ames, but look at their Daddy-gene pool , not the bestlooks-wise, they are both average looking (to the GASP or KK and Bey who think nothing they do is average).

  26. Isa says:

    I admit it, I’ve thought that my kids were cuter than other kids. Then I felt bad. But oh well, I’m supposed to think my kids are cuter. My son went through an awkward phase and I felt so sad about the comments people made about him. I was so worried that he was going to be made fun of the rest of his life. I would hold him and cry over him, promising to love him forever no matter what. Then at about 10 months he got cuter.

    In the end, being beautiful isn’t everything. I want so much more for my kids than being cuter than someone. And a lot can change from now to adulthood.

  27. jwoolman says:

    I’ve often wondered if Kimye’s lack of interest in Nori is because although babies are cute by default, she’s a messy little baby who is still chubby and looks odd to them. Maybe they’ll get more interested once she loses the baby fat and doesn’t drool and spit up. They’re both astonishingly superficial. Heaven help Nori if she doesn’t age into their idea of a stunner. Please Kourtney, adopt her NOW. That will only be 25% more kids for you, I’m sure you can handle it.

  28. Dommy Dearest says:

    No, neither of those kids are cute, sit back down Kim.

  29. peachcobblerby says:

    I agree, I’m.not one of those all babies are cute. most are others aren’t. I don’t like kk but north is cuter!

  30. Dimebox says:

    This is completely off topic but since it is about babies I hope all of you will forgive me. I don’t do Facebook, Twitter, etc. This is the only site I comment on because I find the community here intelligent, funny, and polite. Frankly, I need help. A month ago our darling one year old grandbaby died suddenly and I am so overcome with grief that I can barely function. I don’t know anyone personally who has gone through this and would really appreciate advice. Do any of you have books or authors you recommend for dealing with grief, especially over a child? I have gone through losing my parents, which was excruciating, but this is worse. My daughter and son-in-law are so sunk in grief that it is heartbreaking, and so I am distraught over the baby and for for them. If anyone has personal experience on what helped you, please help. Thanks to everyone for reading, and sorry for the OT.

    • Anon says:

      @Dimebox: First my deep sincere condolences to and your family. This happened to my family in 1980 my sister in law’s 2 1/2 year died suddenly over the Thanksgiving day weekend. There was no internet. It took a long time for everyone in the family. Its only been a month. I think you’re still in shock. There are resources on the internet for/on every type of grief. I don’t think you ever get over it completely; right now is probably too soon. There are some psychologist’s and other professionals here. I hope they chime in. I am not that articulate on the net. But I am a grandmother now and I would suggest if you haven’t already to speak to a professional or clergy (if you believe) It will not be quick. All the best to you and your daughter and son in law. It is devastating. Also, it doesn’t seem to happen often (a good thing) like 100 years ago (early 1900′s) so you may feel it’s only happened to you. Of course you know that’s not true but you may feel that way until you meet other people its happened to. Online I am sure there are support groups for every situation. All the best and prayers to your family at this very difficult time.

    • littlestar says:

      I am so sorry for your loss and for your daughter and son-in-law’s loss, Dimebox. My cousin lost her baby last year less than 24 hours after giving birth to her. My cousin said that she wished there had been support groups in her area for those who have lost children, because they would have gone in a heart beat, so I would suggest maybe looking into a support group for others who have gone through the same thing? I only chiming in here because a close friend lost her father and she said the best thing for her grief was going to a support group (she also went to a yoga for grief group and said it was a tremendous help). I’ll be thinking of you and your family!

      • Dimebox says:

        @Anon and @littlestar thank you both so much for your words of support. I live on a ranch in a rural area, so there are not as many places to get help here. I have had pastoral counseling. My minister is young and means well, but he has never lost anyone close to him, so I find it hard to convey to him the depth of loss I feel. All my friends have been wonderful, but no one I know has lost a baby in their family. (Thank heavens.) In the small towns close to me there are not any grief support groups. However, a little over an hour from here there are many, some specifically for those who have lost children. I have not tried to go to one of them yet because I was afraid that afterwards I would not be in any shape to drive home. But tonight I showed my husband what I had written here and I told him that I need help. He admitted that he did too, so we are now looking for a support group that we can drive to together. Thank you again for showing such kindness to an internet stranger.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      My mother was devastated when she lost my step father and she went to grief counseling, one on one and in group. The grief counseling helped her tremendously, especially the group sessions. I can’t say it works for everyone but she was lost and distraught and in need of some help and loving counsel, she is doing better today. The group she was involved with was with a local hospice organization, I’m sure such services are available where you live as well. My heart goes out to you and your family, and I hope you find comfort and a way through this difficult time.

    • Jadzia says:

      I am so, so, so sorry. Go to griefhaven.org–they have resources for pretty much anybody affected by the loss of a child.

  31. Sorella says:

    People who say all babies are cute have clearly not seen all babies. Just like not all people are cute, not all babies are cute. Yes ALL babies are sweet, ALL babies are precious and ALL babies are cuddly, But no, some babieS are unanimously OMG-SO-CUTE, while some are not, but we still think they are cute because their odd looks makes them cute, they are cute because of their awkward looks, if that makes sense. Both these babies are not really cute in the traditionaly way, more like so-so cute, but precious nevertheless. But we haven’t had a good look a Blue’s face so hard to say (but what I have seen, she looks so like Jay-Z, so not really cute). North inheritated her Dad’s grumpy pouty face, so no, not super-cute so far. But cute in her grumpiness (again, if that makes sense).

  32. G says:

    Kim’s daughter may be prettier than Blu Ivy but Nori’s Mom will always be known as Ray Jay’s urinal so you know…there’s that.

  33. anonymou says:

    Hate to say it, but thus far it is North for the cuteness win. However, when it comes to talent gene, Blue Ivy won that lottery more as both her parents have actual talent and work hard. Whereas North has a once-talented but now crazy Father who being laughed at on the decline and a pornstar Mother. with no talent and fameho, Poor thing either grows up full of crazy delusions like her Dad or with so much self-hate and bad body images that she destroys her face and obssesses about her body.

  34. Noinin says:

    Both babies are cute, but I think North is especially beautiful. The parents are pieces of work in either cases though.

  35. DJ says:

    Anyone know what brand shades she’s wearing in these pictures?

  36. Sea Dragon says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if this was just another story provided by PMK for attention. That family is the perfect example of all publicity is good publicity.

  37. Marybel says:

    All parents think their kids are the most beautiful of all. Thank goodness. DumDum will always feel herself in competition with BeyBey, so she’ll always make snarky comments wherever she can. It just shows how shallow she is.
    Having said that, Bey is 1/2 step above KK in the food chain. No more.

  38. Camille (The Original) says:

    Well of course she has multiple wardrobe changes, that’s how she makes money from the paps shots, different outfits = new/different pics = more $$. Of course the KKK must have a deal with the paps, why else would they follow her around.

  39. LAK says:

    Both have nannies that are edited out or told to never be in shot?! Exclaimed no one ever.

  40. jwoolman says:

    For a rich person with odd working hours, a team of six nannies doesn’t seem extreme at all. That’s covering all three shifts with a spare for overlap or substitution. Six people who know the kid well (and with whom the kid is very comfortable) and know how to take care of her. It doesn’t mean B doesn’t do anything with her child. It just means she can safely leave the kid with known experienced people (who have emergency skills) whenever she has to do other things at any time of the day or night (her job is not 9 to 5). She has the money, why not stimulate the economy this way? Even Kim must have at least three nannies if not more. She doesn’t cover the night shift herself (too busy tending her bigger baby if by some miracle he’s in the same room and getting her beauty rest) and is out attracting paps at home and abroad much of the time. Blue Ivy acts as though she knows and is comfortable with her parents. Nori acts as though her parents are strangers. So we know B spends time with Blue Ivy. Kim hasn’t found the time yet.