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Kanye West’s Daughter North Falls Asleep on Him in New Pic

Kim Kardashian Proves Daughter North Can Fall Asleep Anywhere in Adorable Pic With Kanye West
Kim Kardashian, Chicago, North, Kanye West, and Saint. Courtesy Kim Kardashian/Instagram

Good night! Kim Kardashian and Kanye West ‘s eldest daughter, North, fell asleep on her dad’s shoulders in an adorable new pic.

“She was actually sleeping like this for a good 30 minutes,” the reality star, 38, captioned a father-daughter photo on Instagram on Wednesday, February 6. In the sweet shot, North was sitting on West’s shoulders fast asleep with her cheek against his head. The rapper, 41, held onto his little one’s leg while she snoozed.

The throwback photo was taken at West and Kardashian’s annual Christmas Eve party, judging by their outfits and the dangling lights behind them. This isn’t the first adorable moment the mother of three has shared of her daughter and husband from that night. In a January post on the makeup mogul’s Instagram story, North danced with the Yeezy designer and rode on his shoulders.

She was actually sleeping like this for a good 30 minutes

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They have more in common than rhythm, though. The “I Love it” rapper, who also shares Saint, 3, and Chicago, 13 months, with the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, admitted on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in August that his eldest has a passion for fashion.

“Together we put the thread through the sewing machine, and it really brought me to tears to think about,” he said, referring to the time North spent at fashion camp. “My daughter asked me, ‘Daddy, do you have a sewing machine like this at your office?’ And I brought her to my office and she did a bunch of sketches, and my head pattern cutter made her dresses right there for her.”

The Chicago native and his wife are expecting another little one this year. Us Weekly broke the news in January 2019 that their fourth child was on the way via surrogate. The couple will officially expand their brood “in very early May,” an insider said.