Cassie Ventura And Husband Alex Fine Share The First Video Of Their Baby Girl -- Fans Say Frankie Is Too Cute To Handle
Diva Cassie Ventura has delighted fans with the first photo of her baby daughter, Frankie Fine.
The full-faced cowgirl theme portrait of the one-month-old baby was also accompanied by a sweet video posted by her father, Alex Fine.
In the adorable photo, the baby, who is sleeping, is seated in a furry chair with her hand resting on her head. Adorable Frankie is wearing a pink cowboy hat and cute cow-skin print pants with fringe along the sides.
Fans cannot get enough of the sweet photo shoot and her adorable face.
One person had this to say: "Cassie ain’t nothing but motivation fr 😂 💪🏾 I’m about to pull a Cassie. There she is! The sweetest little cowgirl! She looks just like her Mama here! The tiny little baby cowboy chaps. 🥺🥰"
This follower wrote a long piece on Cassie's ethnicity: "I love her name.. has such a cute ring to it 😍😍She looks like the little baby off of Ice Age💯💯🔥🔥Cassie has interviews where she said her mother is black and Mexican you can google as well Early life. Cassie Ventura was born in 1986 in New London, Connecticut, the daughter of a Filipino father and a mother of African-American, Mexican and West Indian descent. She attended the Williams School, a preparatory school, located on the Connecticut College campus."
A backer made this cute statement about the fact that Cassie finally found true happiness: "I’m so happy for Cassie, and I know she’s finally happy. I knew she was going to be beautiful but OMG 😍. Frankie fine, that’s the cutest name 😩😍come through black features! The mixture between both of them is legit perfect omg. 🥰😭😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍"
This social media user had the following to state: "Pure beauty, oh my goodness. I can’t wait to see her eyes open 😻😻😻She is a quarter black. Her mother is Mexican, and Black and her Dad is a whole Filipino. So Cassie’s daughter is a mix of a little bit of everything, which makes her just as beautiful as the next child. Despite what people say, multi-racial children should always embrace each part of their culture and stop letting people put them in a box."
Cassie has indeed found true happiness and was able to put the past behind.