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Why Did Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Just Drop $800,000 for North West?

Kim and Kanye take baby North to the Children’s Museum in NYC

Jul. 16 2014, Published 1:56 p.m. ET

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North West gets some super fancy gifts for being just a baby. Charlotte Olympia sends her signature little cat flats, Giuseppe Zanotti (basically her mom's fave) sends her custom booties, Hermes gifts her comfy (and chic!) blankets. You get the picture.

But her mom and dad, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, just took it to the next level with their latest investment for their sweet baby girl. They dropped what's being reported as over $800,000 for a North West look-alike to protect their daughter from the paparazzi. Yep.

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The Irish Independent reports that the famous couple did this to throw off the paparazzi and even held auditions for the role! But they didn't just commit to one look-alike. They apparently hired a body double for the baby's nanny, too! So if you're seeing double, don't second guess yourself.

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