Kim Kardashian was photographed cradling her daughter, North West, in public for the second day in a row and despite daddy Kanye's absence on Friday, the mommy-daughter duo appeared to enjoy their day of bonding.
Kardashian, who has admittedly become more private since giving birth in June, emerged in Santa Barbara make-up free and casually dressed whilst relaxing in the sun with North. The 20-week-old baby, whose nickname is Nori, was dressed in cream and white baby clothes fueling reports that her famous father has banned her from wearing pink.
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"She's the sweetest little girl. She never cries," Kardashian recently told talk show host Jay Leno. "She's a perfect little angel. I hope she grows up to be smart and opinionated like her dad."
On Thursday Kardashian and baby North were spotted during a rare public outing with West, who appears to have grown more relaxed about unveiling his daughter in public.
While the rapper, 36, has evidently become more carefree about his privacy, reports claim he is strict when it comes to baby North's wardrobe.
"They do not dress North in any other colors except three: black, white or cream. No pinks allowed!" a family insider told Life & Style magazine.
Kardashian, 33, and West are currently living with the reality TV star's mother, Kris Jenner, at the matriarch's Calabasas mansion as they await the completion of renovations on the Bel Air mansion. Baby North's nursery, which was featured on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," is reportedly also subject to West's rumored ban on all things pink.
"The colors are dark navies, blacks and whites. It's not girly at all," the source revealed. "It has a flat-screen TV. They really spared no expense when it came to North's nursery."