North West, the six month old daughter of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, has a strong personality the latter's sister Khloe says.
Khloe, the 29-year-old "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star recently graced the cover of Cosmopolitan U.K. magazine where she spoke about her famous niece.
"North is only five-and-a-half months old but you can see she has opinions and a strong personality already," Khloe told Cosmopolitan. "I'm kind of nervous to see what she's like when she's older. But I think she'll be incredibly confident because Kim and Kanye are."
West, the 36-year-old rap mogul who is engaged to Khloe's sister Kim, previously said the pair's five month old daughter hould be likened to Kate Middleton and Prince William's son Prince George.
"She's in a position of a level of royalty like the prince and the princess out in London," West said of his daughter in a previous interview with New York City radio station Power 105.1's "The Breakfast Club."
Since he is not actual royalty, West has maintained that he is not financially comfortable enough to guarantee the safety of his daughter.
"Me and Kim we on our grind. We had to do what we had to do to get to this point to be able to support our family, but we ain't there yet," he said on "The Breakfast Club." "We ain't financially there to the point to make sure that North is safe at all times, and that's the reason why I'm turning it up right now."
Last summer, rumors surfaced stating West ordered two custom made armored vehicles from Latvia's Dartz Motorz Company, according to the automobile blog Jalopnik. West reportedly ordered the vehicles called the Prombron Iron Diamond, which each cost him $1 million.
The armored vehicles are reportedly "made to withstand attacks from landmines and rocket-propelled grenades," Vibe.com reports.
West reportedly wants to ensure that his family receive the best protection available.
"Kanye is fully aware that his new family is so high-profile they attract the attention of weirdos and psychopaths," a source close to the rapper reportedly told The Daily Star. "He aims to leave nothing to chance."