North West Had A Minnie Mouse Birthday Party At Disneyland

It's pretty tough to top a first birthday party modeled after Coachella, but we think North West might have done it. Can a baby Ferris wheel and festival-issue accoutrements really compete with the magic and majesty of Disneyland? No. No, they cannot.

Us Weekly reports that the Michael Jordan of birthday girls celebrated her second year of life with friends and family at Disneyland. In keeping with her party's Minnie Mouse theme, North adorably donned mouse ears, a Minnie tee, and face paint. Her private party area at Frontierland's Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree was also adorned with red and yellow Minnie Mouse balloons, not to mention gold balloons spelling out her name.

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The day also included a walk through the park with parents Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, aunties Kourtney, Kendall, and Kylie, cousins Mason and Penelope Disick, and, of course, Tyga. Churros and chicken strips were eaten, carousels were ridden, and princesses were introduced. One particular highlight was the kid-sized Sleeping Beauty castle, where North's pals rocked royal dresses and face paint. Too cute.

It all sounds pretty fab. But, when your dad thinks he is Walt Disney, is a trip to the Magical Kingdom really all that exciting? (Us Weekly)
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