NEW YORK (AP) – Kardashian fans were sourced by a major revelation: A California government official is behind a mysterious social media handle that has pulled out junk posts from North West’s point of view since Kim’s eldest was born seven years ago.
She’s Natalie Franklin, 34, of Sacramento, and she was thrilled to appear Thursday night in the episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” after Kim and sister Khloe asked her.
“Oh, my God, that was so amazing,” Franklin told the Associated Press after the episode aired. “I’ve never met famous, famous people before.”
The sisters were just as excited after excluding various family members and friends as the creator of @norisblackbook on Twitter and Instagram.
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Khloe added: “I have a legend right in front of us.”
Fans and family took to Twitter as the revelation unfolded, flooding Franklin’s secret account as the show rolled on.
Franklin, who manages websites and Internet services for a state agency, said she got the idea from Suris Burn Book, a popular blog that still lives on social media commenting on the world from Suri Cruise’s eyes. Franklin decided to make North a bit on the snarky side at a time when Kim and dad Kanye West often dressed their firstborn in black had not yet revealed her face, and the Kardashians had a children’s clothing line at Babies R Us.
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“I told a friend, can you imagine being North West and you have to carry this cheap baby R Us? She should be in Prada, Balenciaga, Chanel!”, Said Franklin.
She started on Tumblr but migrated as other platforms evolved. Her post, paired with video clips and photos, has made fun of almost everyone in the Kardashian world, noting Kim’s reputation as a horrible dancer and drawing Kim’s sisters Kourtney and Scott Disick along: “Hating work is what keeps Scott and Aunt Kourt together. “
So what does North think of all this? She was ignorant and not impressed. Kim got her daughter on FaceTime to meet Franklin, and she barely looked up from her bowl of ice cream.
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“I love the North West so much. I feel like I created this little monster, if you will,” Franklin said. “I was very happy to see that she lived up to my expectation of not being interested. I would not have it any other way.”
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The Kardashian-Jenner tribe is ending its 20-season show in June, but Franklin has no plans to put @norisblackbook to bed.
“I will continue to write it,” she said. “I do not think the Kardashians will leave soon.”