Mama Gabrielle Union looked like royalty in her latest vacation shoot with her princess — baby Kaavia — glued to hip.
This week, Gabrielle decided to share her most perfect photo yet where she looked like a real African queen in a green bikini and stunning blue and green cover-up.
While the world would agree that Gabrielle looked hot as ever, she was no match for baby Kaavia who held her head up high with an African dress and matching headpiece.
Dwyane Wade decided to add a sweet message that read: “Come for my Queen and Princess, and you will see a side of me that you don’t like.”
One fan told the sexy mother and her princess: “Stop this right now, Gabrielle! I wasn’t ready I couldn’t stress how happy I am she finally got her baby she didn’t deserve nine miscarriages she’s so strong. Shady baby said pose get my good side, and there it is right there!”
Another person claimed: “Two queens Kaavia skipped princess and went straight to queen. Kaavia is always giving face. Wow rocking our South Africa beads (necklace) going back to your Africa roots Mama, you and baba look amazing. Your radiant energy is shining through into your daughter. It’s such a beautiful enjoyment to see. Thank you for sharing.”
In a recent interview, Gabrielle opened up about her process to joys and sleepless nights that motherhood brought.
She confessed: “There’s nothing more that I wanted than to cook my own baby. The idea of it felt like surrendering to failure. Some people care about the race, religion, or food habits of their surrogate. I was like, ‘I want a reader.’ I love the smell of the pages.’”
The actress went on to say: “People want to see the bump, hear that you got hemorrhoids—they want to know you’re like them. I was like, ‘This is going to seem like the most Hollywood sh*t ever. Will I be embraced as a mom?’ It’s terrifying. But when my baby finally arrived, I was like, ‘Oh my god, this is my baby. I wanted to fight everybody in that room for various reasons and no reason.”
Kaavia is a real star who has brought a lot of joy to the world.