Oh Kim, be careful with the spray tan when breast feeding

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KIM Kardashian West accidentally smothered North's face in fake tan when she was breast feeding.

The 35-year-old 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star has revealed she "once" coated her three-year-old daughter's face with the orange beauty product after she had a spray tan and then nursed her child.

Speaking about the breast feeding blunder on her website with the 'Lip Sync Battle' co-host Chrissy Teigen - who features in Fergie's 'M.I.L.F.$' music video alongside Kim - Chrissy said: "Have you seen those memes online of the mum's that nursed and forgot they had been spray tanned and the baby's face is like orange."

To which the 'Selfish' author replied: "Yes. That happened to North once."

And the mother of one - who has three-month-old daughter Luna with her husband John Legend - has since shared the clip on her Instagram account.

Alongside the video she wrote: "Our #KKWinnercircle is up on @kimkardashian's app! (We have not spray tanned our babies) (today) (sic)."

Meanwhile, the 30-year-old Sports Illustrated model has revealed is unsure if she is breastfeeding correctly because she's not "feeling enough pain" and has turned to the internet to source tips.

Speaking previously, she said: "I just think it's so funny. Sometimes I'm Googling how to do it better. I'm like, 'Is it working? Is it taking? I don't think I'm feeling enough pain!'

"You just get so confused about how it's supposed to feel, and as hard as anyone said it was, I feel like it somehow managed to be harder."

And Chrissy has admitted when she tries to get some time alone with the 'All Of Me' hitmaker since they've become parents, she ends up falling asleep.

She explained: "I'm not kidding, I go there not to watch a movie, I go there to sleep. I order food, lay on my side and shovel it into my mouth. I get the blanket and lay there and he watches the movie and I am passed out. It feels like just ourselves again."

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