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$100 Million Baby? Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Refusing To Allow Daughter North On 'KUWTK'

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Mar. 9 2015, Updated 4:01 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter North can't be bought! Though the Kardashian family recently signed a $100 million deal to extend Keeping Up with the Kardashians four more years, has learned that North's parents have told E! that their daughter is off-limits.

The year long talks between momager Kris Jenner and the network to cut a lucrative new deal for Keeping Up With The Kardashians, "didn't ever include any talk of having North on the show," an insider tells Radar. "It was a no-go from the very beginning because Kim and Kanye made it clear North wasn't going to be up for discussion."

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Despite constantly parading the tot in front of cameras, the source claimed, "They want North to have some privacy and be able to be a child away from the cameras."

"There will be times when North will be included in a group setting, where it's impossible to edit her out," the source continued, "but she won't be on the show on even a semi-regular basis. E! offered big money to have North included, but her parents turned it down."

The decision has irked some executives at E! because the toddler has become a fixture at couture fashion shows, and Kardashian often posts adorable pictures of her on social media.

But the source said, "Kudos to Kris for scoring a record-setting deal without having to give up much in terms of concessions. There was a point during the talks where it seemed E! wasn't going to pay for the massive contract. Kris would have had another deal signed in record time, and E! wasn't going to let that happen. Love or hate the Kardashians, the family continues to do very well in the ratings."


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