‘She’s A Real Stunner!’: Kim Kardashian’s Daughter North Is ‘Cutest Baby Ever’ According To BFF Kim Kardashian’s daughter baby North appears to be following in her mum’s footsteps as the little girl is the “cutest baby ever,” according to best friend Jonathan Cheban who insists she’s a right little “stunner”.The Keeping Up With The Kardashians beauty and her sisters are known for their gorgeous looks and it seems her daughter, who is just a month old after arriving five weeks early on June 15, is going to be no exception.“She’s adorable – could be one of the cutest babies I’ve ever seen,” he told AM Network at the opening day for Bridgehampton Polo in New York on Saturday. “And I’m not just saying that. She really is just a stunner.”He added that new mum Kim was “doing amazing” since the arrival of the little one though claimed in wouldn’t be helping out when it came to changing North’s dirty nappies, or diapers if you’re an American.“No, no diapers,” he laughed. “I’ll babysit but no diapers… I don’t do diapers, I don’t do dishes and I don’t cook.”We’ll have to take Jonathan’s word on the little baby’s good looks as no pictures of baby North or the new mum have yet to be seen, though that doesn’t mean she’s completely left the spotlight as she recently took to her Celebuzz blog to gush about the joys of motherhood.“These past couple of weeks have been filled with the most exciting experiences of my life,” she wrote in a recent blog post.“I’m enjoying this time to fully embrace motherhood and spend time at home with my family.”“I’ve been reading all of your messages and want to thank you all for your sweet thoughts and best wishes. It truly means everything to me,”She added: “I am so blessed to have the support of my family and fans in this beautiful moment. Xo”With the arrival of Kate Middleton, The Duchess of Cambridge’s son earlier this week we wonder if the two new celeb mums will be setting up a play date anytime soon? With North said to be so beautiful, she sounds like the perfect match for the little Prince of Cambridge.