Kim Kardashian West with Kanye and daughter North
Kim Kardashian West with Kanye and daughter North

Kanye West demands $15,000 tour bed for daughter North

Kanye West has requested an AUD$15,000 bed and a personal chef for his daughter on his rider.

The 'Bound 2' rapper - who is married to Kim Kardashian West - is booking in dates for a 2015 tour and has already made a string of demands to ensure 17-month-old North is comfortable with life on the road.

His requests include the Princess Rose designer daybed, a pink blanket made from Mulberry silk, a Samsung touchscreen TV loaded with the little girl's favourite shows and has advised "no expense be spared" when it comes to her meals.

A source told Closer magazine:

"North will have her own chef, who will prepare bespoke baby meals, including butternut squash risotto, minty lamb koftas and chicken and apple balls.

"Her organic milk will be served in a Tiffany sterling silver child's cup with a Tiffany monkey straw and Kanye's requested platters of organic berries - no expense will be spared."

It was recently revealed that North already has her own stylist, 200 items of unworn designer clothes in her wardrobe, $50,000 diamond earrings, an organic chef and several expensive strollers located around the world.

The insider said: "All of North's stuff is always waiting at the location they're travelling to.

"They use a local caterer to bring in food for North while she is in Paris. Kim likes Nori's food to be all organic."

 


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