Kim Kardashian West’s daughter North has been gifted two Alexander Wang bags for her fifth birthday.
The young tot turns five on June 15, and in images posted on her mother Kim Kardashian West’s Instagram story over the weekend, it was revealed that the famous fashion designer had sent her two incredibly pricey bags as gifts for her big day.
Kim - who also has two-year-old Saint and four-month-old Chicago with her husband Kanye West - said in the video clip posted on social media: “Oh my god, North is the luckiest girl in the world. Who gets this bag from Alexander Wang? I want to steal it. Alex, thank you so much. I might steal this.”
Alongside a mini cheetah-print handbag, which retails for $750 (R9500), Alexander wrote a sweet message which read: "North, happy birthday! Every girl needs a lil sparkle … Hope you love. Alex.”
North also received a second bag that was covered in silver rhinestones, which ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star Kim also shared footage of on her Instagram story.
She said: "Wait, look at this Wang bag that North got. I cannot even believe it. I missed this last night. Love it.”
Meanwhile, Kim recently revealed she feels like the "luckiest mom in the world” to her three children, even though she has to bribe them with lollies in order to get them to sit still for a few minutes for a photograph.
Posting a picture of her brood on Instagram in honour of Mother’s Day earlier this year, she wrote: "You don't even understand how many lollipop bribes this pic cost me...but it was so worth. Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there. I'm the luckiest mom in the world to have these three babies in my life! ”
Although the 38-year-old reality TV star loves motherhood, she recently admitted it can be overwhelming if all three of her children start crying at the same time.
She said: "The hardest part about being a mom is when they all need you at the same time and are crying - it can be overwhelming. You learn so much about yourself from being a parent and you care more about the world you are raising your kids in."