North West has a 7-year-old boyfriend who gets her Tiffany & Co. jewellery
While you sit around waiting for a boy to text you back, I'm here to regale you with some information which will make you feel exponentially more lonely this Valentine's Day: blessed offspring of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, North - who is a mere five-years-old - not only has a boyfriend, but one that spoils her with gifts from Tiffany & Co.
Caiden Mills - the seven-year-old son of rapper, Consequence - is really trying to get into North's good books. He made his courtship Instagram official, took her on a date two days ago, and now he's got her some jewellery from Tiffany & Co. - probably with a lot of help from his parents.
Caiden's sweet gifts were featured in two separate Instagram posts on February 6th. "Shout out to Northie, Babygirl I’ll see you soon😘😘😘," he captioned a shot of him posing with a Tiffany & Co. bag.
"She’s gonna LoVe It😘😘😘 Wrap that up sir, I’ll take it 💸💸💸," he wrote in the second.
And even though North doesn't have Instagram, he didn't hesitate to say that they were an item - this may be more wishful thinking than anything, however. "Boo’d Up" he proclaimed in the caption of a picture of him with an arm around North.
What a confident boy!
And Saint West has already proven to be a third wheel, or you know, overprotective brother. "North, Saint and I had the BEST time on our play date at @exploratorium It was so much FUN 🤗🤗🤗," Caiden wrote of their little outing.
And Kim and Kanye certainly seem to approve...
During an appearance on the Big Boys Neighbourhood radio show, Kim revealed that she finally had to have a conversation with her oldest child about her fame, and she seriously dodged the question.
"[North said] 'Mom, why are you famous?'" Kim told the radio hosts. "Oh... okay, I'm gonna have to explain this. And I'm like, 'We have a TV show. We have a TV show.' And she was like 'Oh, okay.' And that was the first time when she was like 'Oh.'"
The real answer is obviously a sex tape, but a five-year-old doesn't need to know that. And while that infamous tape certainly catapulted Kim into the spotlight, it's not responsible for keeping her there - that's all on her.
Kim has previously said that the tape is one of her biggest regrets in life, despite the fact that it helped launch her career.
"You know, I think that’s how I was definitely introduced to the world," she admitted to Oprah back in 2012. "It was a negative way, so I felt like I really had to work 10 times harder to get people to see the real me. I have to live with the choices I have made. And I can’t dwell on it.”
Well, it certainly looks like North is enjoying Valentine's Day this year...