Kim Kardashian baby: Chicago West already becomes a super rich baby as her net worth estimate is more than £7million

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West welcomed Chicago West into the family where they already have children Saint and North West. Arriving in January 2018, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has already revealed her daughter’s first full photo on Instagram and Snapchat.
And while it’s clear little Chicago has been born into a pretty wealthy family with Kim’s shocking net worth along with the US rapper’s, it would seem she’s already got a pretty bank balance herself.
At just six weeks old, Kylie Jenner’s niece is thought to be worth more than $10million – around £7.1million.

Kim Kardashian baby nursery

It’s reported that Kim and Kanye West set up a trust fund for their children with the multi-million pound figure for when they’re born – a factor she spoke about when she gave birth to North West.
With an instant $10million in the bank, Chicago will not only achieve some of the best interest rates, it also means she never has to work.
Kim Kardashian tweets “She’s here!” as she welcomes her third baby via a surrogate with Kanye West on January 16 2018 [Twitter]
The figure is set to soar, however, as Kim and Kanye continue to make more money from their empire and of course, Chicago starts to do any of her own work.
From appearing on family show Keeping Up With The Kardashians to being part of sponsored social media posts, the newborn will be earning money almost instantly.

Kim Kardashian shared this festive family photo with Kanye West

Kanye west and Kim Kardashian arrive with baby chicago west

Kim is currently the second richest family member after sister Kylie’s cosmetic business saw her bank balance soar.
It’s believed the 37 year old is now worth £126.9million following her success with her own beauty brand, Instagram sponsorships and of course, the family show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

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