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Kim Kardashian West handed wrong GQ award

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Kim Kardashian West was presented with the wrong trophy at the GQ Men of the Year Awards.

The 33-year-old reality TV star was accidentally handed Pharrell Williams' Solo Artist of the Year gong instead of her Woman of the Year accolade last night (02.09.14) at London's Royal Opera House.

After realizing she'd been given the wrong prize once she was backstage, Kim said: "It says it's for Pharrell. I was taking pictures with it - I hope no one notices."

However, despite the trophy blunder, the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star has already decided the stunning gong will take prime position next to her husband Kanye West's 21 Grammy Awards.

She said: "I will be putting [the GQ trophy], I dunno, maybe next to Kanye's Grammys."

Meanwhile, the brunette beauty caught a flight from Los Angeles to London yesterday with her rapper spouse and their 14-month-old daughter North, but Kim admits she was heartbroken when she was forced to leave the little one with her nanny at the hotel while she and Kanye attended the glamorous event last night.

She is quoted by MailOnline as saying: "She's [North is] amazing. She didn't want us to leave the hotel room tonight, because she's still on LA time, so she was wide awake. So that's hard but we're rushing home to her tonight."

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