North West Sits Front Row At Paris Fashion Week…

  • Owning a wardrobe full of Roberto Cavalli and Kenzo. Doable, should you find yourself in a position of wealth, perhaps by giving up all social activity.

  • Appearing in CR Fashion Book.

  • Owning a really expensive pair of diamond earrings by Lorraine Schwartz. Again, work really hard, give up going out and you too may have the cash to wear half a carat in each ear.

  • Having a festival made especially for your birthday party. #Kidchella included a Ferris wheel, musical entertainment and this teeny weeny Pocahontas-inspired outfit.

  • Having a cousin named Penelope Scotland. Probably not gonna happen, is it?

  • Being named after a direction. Apologies to any Souths or Easts we may have overlooked.

  • Being in the same generation as Blue Ivy. If you’re reading this, you ain’t never gonna go to school with Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s child.

  • Taking your first steps right after swimming lessons and having over 19 million people read about it on Instagram.

  • Being Kris Jenner's grandchild! Though you could be her next husband. Any takers?

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    …and 10 other things she’s achieved in a year that you (probably) never will

    North West made her Paris Fashion Week debut on Wednesday night, sitting front row at the Balenciaga show, alongside mum and dad Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. We’re not jealous in the slightest.

    The uber-cute one-year-old repped daddy in a black Yeezus T-shirt and tiny black leather skirt, while Kim and Kanye also went for all-black everything, aside from Yeezy’s brown suede boots.

    Stealing the show, Nori also went backstage afterwards to hang out with designer Alexander Wang, at what we presume will be the first of many shows for the infant this week.

    Feeling a little depressed that North has already hit the big time in such a short space of time? Check out our gallery above for 10 other North West achievements that you’ll probably never be able to compete with.

    By Jennifer Lynn

    Friday, 26. September 2014