Savannah James is a proud mom, and she took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of her three kids on the red carpet of the Kids’ Choice Awards. The kids are the vivid image of their dad, and one of them is already following LeBron’s steps into the basketball world.
Being LeBron James’ kids has its benefits, like being invited to some of the most fun awards shows in the entertainment industry.
That is why Bronny, Bryce and little Zhuri stole the spotlight on the red carpet of the Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards last weekend.
The fashionista trio looked dapper in a pic shared by their proud mom on Instagram. Bronny, 13, rocked a red hoodie and black sweats while holding his little sister Zhuri, 4, on his shoulders. The girl, who made peace signs for the cameras, donned leopard print leggings and a black shirt, while Bryce, 11, kept it cool with a colorful sweater and black jeans.
“Gang gang #BronnyJames #BryceMaximus #ZhuriNova,” Savannah captioned the pic.
Fans of the NBA superstar family took over the comment section to gush about the kids and point out how much they resemble their dad.
“Sheesh Bronny out here looking just like Bron. And Bryce and Zhuri your twins,” wrote one user.
Another added, “Beautifully Blessed Family! Princess Zhuri Nova is running THANGS!!! Poor Bronny and Bryce.”
And a third one chimed in to say,
“Young Kings & Queen. They are all LeBron’s face, sorry Sav! James’ got strong genes damn.”
The pic comes almost a month after LeBron shared another beautiful family portrait taken on Savannah’s closet.
The L.A Lakers star had been away from home for almost two weeks, and at his return, he wanted nothing more but to spend some time with his family.
“Man after being away from my family as a whole for 18 straight days I couldn’t wait to reunite today after practice and school for my kids,” he captioned the Instagram post. “Nothing like hanging and banging around with my #JamesGang.”
While LeBron has been busy with his NBA compromises and his other business endeavors, the 34-year-old also finds the time to support his son’s basketball career with the North Coast Blue Chips.
At 13, Bronny is already making big moves into the game, following his father’s steps and creating huge expectations around his name.
Earlier this year, Bronny released a mixtape with his best moves modesty titled “King’s Blood.”
While experts believe the boy has potential and great moves for an 8th grader, he still needs some polishing and practice. And yet, his reputation already precedes him.
There's no doubt that, with his dad's support, Bronny will get far in the basketball world.