North West: Baby 'Might' Make Debut on Kris Jenner's Show, Grandma Says

North West may finally make her world debut on grandma Kris Jenner's new talk show on July 15, Jenner told Matt Lauer.

"I think you're just going to have to wait and see and tune in, because I'm not sure exactly what's going to happen," Jenner said. "I won't tell you it won't happen. I'll give you a little something to think about. You never know who's going to show up."

The world has waited with great anticipation to see the daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Baby girl North, "Nori" for short, was born three weeks early and has been kept secluded from the public ever since. It took several days for anyone to learn her official name, and her family has been very protective and secretive about the baby girl.

Kim, Kanye and Nori have been staying at Kris' home while their own home undergoes renovations. The three went on their first known outing since Nori's birth and celebrated the fourth of July at stepfather Bruce Jenner's Malibu beach house.

"Kim has taken North on a few playdates, but she can't do it with lots of people since she's still so small," a source told Us Weekly.

Many have wondered whether the family would wait to "debut" North on Jenner's show, hoping to draw in the ratings. The family reportedly turned down a $3 million offer for the first photos of baby North, leading to even more speculation as to when and how the baby would be revealed to the public.

While speaking with Matt Lauer, Kris couldn't help herself and showed him a picture of her newest grandchild but shielded it from being seen by the cameras. Only a handful of acquaintances have seen Nori and Kim allegedly sent out fake photos to see whom she could trust with the sensitive information.

Kris Jenner's show debuts on NBC on July 15, with or without baby North.