Image by: ELLE Canada Source: www.kimkardashianwest.com
Happy Birthday, Saint West! It’s a big one.
The youngest member of the Kimye family turned one yesterday, and while the joyous occasion didn’t propel Kim Karadashian back onto social media, her family and friends stepped in to mark the occasion on the Internet with lots of photos.
Cue the awwwwws.
Kim’s BFF Jonathan Cheban took to Kim's website to share two “never-before-seen” photos of her with Saint.
Birthday shoutout from grandma.
In aunt Kourtney's arms.
Aunt Khloé had this to share on her website: "I can't believe how quickly time flies! Watching my little Saint grow this past year has been amazing. He's seriously such an angel and could not be more adorable. What a light he's been for our family!"
Because haters gonna hate.
We all know how fun Instagram can be. The comments section though...not so fun. The social media platform (finally!) is working to change all that. Here are the three biggest updates it's rolling out.
1) You can turn comments on and off for individual posts–even after you've posted. One of your posts not getting the love you thought it would? Shut those comments off. Change your mind a few days later? Switch them back on. A few accounts already have this feature, but soon it will be rolling out to everyone.
2) In the past, those with private accounts could only delete followers they'd already approved by blocking them. Now, you can simple remove them as a follower and no, they won't get notified that you did. Think of it as the unfriending of Insta.
3) And now for our favourite update: You can finally like other people's comments! Just tap the little heart icon to show the commenter some love. According to the blog post announcing the new features, being able to like comments "lets you show support and encourages positivity throughout the community."
Tell us who you need to find a gift for then tune in to our Facebook Live for a chance to win The Body Shop Beauty Advent Calendar ($99 value).
And we'll find one.
The holiday gifting struggle is real. Start by taking a look at our holiday gift guide. Still aren't quite sure what to get someone? Tell us who you can't figure out a gift for (and be as specific as possible: BF of 6 months or 6 years? Sister who spends all day watching makeup tutorials? Workplace Secret Santa? etc.) using the hashtag #TellELLECanada and tagging @ELLECanada on Instagram and/or Twitter. Then, tune in to our livestream on the ELLE Canada Facebook page December 9 at 1:30pm to see what we've picked!
We will randomly select one entry to win a beauty advent calendar from The Body Shop ($99 value).
Tell us who you can't figure out a gift for (and be as specific as possible: BF of 6 months? Sister who spends all day watching makeup tutorials? Workplace Secret Santa? etc.) using the hashtag #TellELLECanada and tagging @ellecanada on Instagram and/or Twitter. Then tune in to our livestream on the ELLE Canada Facebook page December 9 at 1:30pm to see what we've picked! We will randomly select one entry to win The Body Shop Advent Calendar ($99 value) 🎄🎁🎀 #holiday #gifts #giftguide
"I really don’t let that stuff get to me."
In a new interview with Complex, Sofia Richie, daughter of music icon Lionel Richie, opens up about the challenges she has faced while working in the modelling industry. The 5-foot-6 model says she's often criticized because of her petite stature. "People obviously don’t respect some of the shoots I do because I’m short," she explained.
However the 18-year-old model she promises she doesn't let criticism faze her. "It’s not like I called and begged these designers to work with me," she says. "They felt my vibe and we were cool and that’s that. I really don’t let that stuff get to me."
Other highlights of the interview? Richie did not want to talk about Justin Bieber. Richie's publicist made it clear that "no questions" could be asked about the former fling. Sad face.
While the status of Sofia and Justin's romance remains unclear, one thing is certain. Right now Sofia is focusing on her career. "I'm super interested in having a fashion line which I am kind of working on, but I really love modelling because I get to be involved with clothes and designers. I get to hear them out and see what they're interested in. I'm kind of taking notes in the corner."