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Kim Ju-ae

Kim Ju-ae

Kim Ju-ae born on 19 February 2013 is the daughter of North Korean leader and marshall Kim Jong-un and Ri Sol-ju.[1]

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Kim Ju-ae a national North Korean treasure child living in Pyongyang. She is the daughter of the nominal leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Kim Jong-un. It is believed that she is the second in all of the leader's three babies, and whose sex has not been made public.[2]

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Kim Jong-un is famously private, and he abides by his father's strict set of rules, which he made for himself more rigorous. The world is becoming very involved in his country, with Kim Jong-un threatening a nuclear war.

The North Korean dictator's daughter was never seen or photographed.

Indeed, Kim Jong-un and his wife, Ri Sol-ju, never even reported having a child together. Although people have long wondered if Kim Jong-un and his wife had any children, the couple have kept their family out of the public eye altogether.

It is no secret that Dennis Rodman, the former NBA star, has become good friends with Kim Jong-un over the years. In fact, on more than one occasion Rodman has flewn to North Korea to hang out with his good friend,Kim Jong-un. Rodman spilled the beans about Kim Jong-un's daughter during one of his earlier visits, announcing not only that he had one, but also saying the baby's name to the world.

Dennis Rodman told The Guardian that;[9]

"The Marshal Kim with his family and I had a nice time by the sea.

We shared a lot of meals and drinks where we discussed our plans to play a historic basketball friendship game between North Korea and the US, as well as ways to develop their basketball team.

I kept their baby Ju-ae, and also talked to Ms Ri.

He's a good guy, and has a lovely family.

Kim told me; 'December I'll see you,""

Kim Ju-ae Is Not an Heir to Her Father’s Throne

The nature of North Korea's regime is not entirely clear but in the event of his death, Kim Jong-un will require a son to be the legitimate heir to his throne.

Although some claim that women in North Korea have equal rights, a woman would not be giving chance to rule the country, implying that Kim Ju-ae would not be carrying out the duties of her father

"The harsh reality is that North Korean women face extreme gender inequality at work and at home every day, and sexual abuse and violence that the authorities do little to avoid,"

explained Phil Robertson, Human Rights Watch's deputy Asia director.

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