WENDY Williams suggested North West's art teacher may have actually made her impressive landscape painting instead of the seven-year-old.
The daytime talk show host admitted she can't be sure Kim Kardashian's daughter's mountain art is real.
Wendy said of North's art teacher possibly producing the work: "Being an art teacher for 30 years… doing something for 30 years or 30 something-years, you certainly do have leftovers lying around.
She suggested perhaps the teacher offered her famous student the painting: "'Here North take this…' 'Kim I have this. Put this on the Instagram. I've got plenty of them. Look my daughter posed near one in 2006. Kim just do it.'
"Or maybe North painted it herself… If North paints like that at seven, imagine how annoying she's going to be 30 years from now."
Earlier this week Kim showed off her daughter's painting of the mountain scene, which includes flowers and trees in the foreground, a glistening lake in the middle, and a snowy mountain landscape in the background.
She captioned the post: "“My little artist North.”
North’s name, along with a smiley face, is written in the bottom right-hand corner.
Since then Kim has defended her daughter on Instagram writing: "Don't play with me when it comes to my children!
"My daughter and her best friend have been taking serious oil painting class where their talents and creativity are being encouraged and nurtured…"
Kim added: "How dare you see children doing awesome things and then try to accuse them of NOT being awesome!?
"Please stop embarrassing yourselves with the negativity and allow every child to be great! NORTH WEST PAINTED THAT PERIOD!"
Camryn Frederickson also backed up Kim and North sharing a photo of herself as a seven-year-old standing next to a similar painting .
She explained: "My mom taught me how to paint this and she taught North how to paint the same one just two weeks ago.
"She’s been an art teacher for 30 years and everyone that comes through her classes goes through this exact same painting when they’re starting out.”
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