Gabrielle Union and her husband, NBA professional player Dwyane Wade, took to Instagram to share close-up photos of their newborn daughter Kaavia James.
In the image that the actress uploaded, the baby appeared wearing a light grey sweater and a matching headband while placing one of her hands in her mouth. For the caption, Gabrielle wrote “Ummmmm do I tell my mama her wig slipped orrrrrr,” referencing the look in Kaavia’s face.
Dwyane’s post showed the girl with one of her hands by her head and the other one next to her belly, what made her look like a model posing for the camera. In the caption, the NBA pro just wrote, “MOOD.”
The final close-up photo was shared on Kaavia’s Instagram page. For that one, the baby hit a pose similar to the ones Flamenco dancers do while dancing. “Ole! Heard it was #onelastdance for the old man so I'm working on my choreography. Flamenco anyone?” wrote Gabrielle in the caption.
As soon as people saw those photos, they took to the comment section to share their thoughts. Some of them pointed out that the baby was pretty and that has a personality already, while others compared her with Dwyane.
Gabrielle and her husband have been sharing a lot of post on social media showing their baby ever since they welcomed their little bundle of joy on November 7. Kaavia was born via surrogate.
One of the latest images they uploaded showed the actress wearing a grey shirt and rocking a short hairdo flashing her beautiful smile at Dwyane, who put on a red shirt and a grey cap.
The highlight of the image, however, was baby Kaavia James, who was between her parents in a pretty little onesie. In the caption, Gabrielle admitted to being thankful and happy.
Apart from being around her parents, Kaavia has done what most people won’t: meet Oprah Winfrey. Last week, the couple welcomed in their home the legendary TV personality for an interview.
Even though they didn’t say much about it, they set clear that Oprah visited them to “discuss our new bundle of joy.” That interview is set to air on December 8 on OWN.