Kim Kardashian‘s little ones made a nice chunk of change for their work on the new “Paw Patrol” flick — cashing in 5 figures, according to North and Saint’s contracts.
For those unaware, 10-year-old North and 7-year-old Saint landed spots along with their mama in last month’s children’s movie, “Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie” — and the docs, obtained by TMZ, reveal the sweet paycheck they scored for the whole thing.
According to the docs, North — who ended up playing the role of Mini, the Pomeranian Junior Patroller — scored $5,000 per recording session, and she was guaranteed 4 of those … adding up to $20k.
Saint was given the same rate — but only guaranteed 2 recording sessions for his work as Meteor Max, meaning he walked away with at least $10k. Not bad!
Fans of the furry flick know Kim reprised her role as Delores the poodle … so its pretty likely she gave her kiddos a bit of help securing their first voice-acting role.
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