Richie's daughter picks own style

Nicole Richie.
Nicole Richie. Bang ShowBiz

NICOLE Richie's two-year-old daughter spends 20-minutes a day deciding what to wear.

The reality TV star-turned-fashion designer - who has Harlow, and 11-month-old son Sparrow with her rocker fiance Joel Madden - has revealed that her eldest child is already showing an interest in fashion, and demands to choose her own clothes every morning.

She said: "She picks her own clothes. It's a 20-minute thing - it begins at 7.30am each morning - but it is what it is, and it's fine."

Although Harlow is demanding with her clothes, Nicole admits she had a brilliant pregnancy with her daughter - a massive contrast to when she was expecting her son.

She explained: "Being pregnant with Harlow was easy. I was wearing heels for eight months. I never got sick and I was like, 'Oh, what are people talking about?' But with Sparrow, I was so sick. And my feet were swelling. They were polar opposite pregnancies."

Despite having her own fashion line Winter Kate, Nicole is determined to be at home with her family as much as possible, and loves nothing more than inviting pals and family friends over for dinner.

She told Britain's InStyle magazine: "Well, I don't have a hat and an apron. but I entertain people at home a lot. I love cooking for other people. My house is pretty eclectic. I think it represents me well. It's fun and comfortable at the same time and it's a place where a lot of people like to be. It has a lot of people in and out all the time."

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