Why North West Never Wears Pink

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Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian attended an event this week to celebrate the partnership between Babies "R" Us and Operation Shower, which throws baby showers for future military moms-to-be whose husbands are deployed.

During the event, the three sisters chatted with ELLE and as usual, much of the interview focused on Kim.

Since the famous fam now has a kids' clothing line, the conversation obviously segued to their childrens' style and why we've never seen North West wearing pink. "Kim and Kanye don't like pink or prints," Kourtney explained.

"North is a princess girly, but in creams. Like a cream textured princess," Kim claimed, which Khloe totally disagreed with, saying she would "never" define North as princess-y and that she totally bosses people around.

Enough about North's style, what about Kim's much-talked about maternity style? What does she recommend for pregnant women? "I recommend hiding for a good year and having no pregnancy style," she told them. "That's what I recommend. If you can do it, hide. Never leave the house."

Oh, Kim...you know if you would have done that, there would have been headlines about that instead. "What's wrong with Kim, why isn't she leaving the house?!"

Kim has said that she wants to have another child, though, so we're curious to see if she modifies her maternity style the second time around. After all the scrutiny she faced with her first pregnancy, something tells us she probably will.

For the full interview, including some incredible comebacks by Khloe, head over to Elle.com.
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