Reality star Danielle Busby shared an adorable photo of her quintuplets enjoying a fun autumn day as they played with clusters of leaves.
Danielle Busby, of the reality show, “Out Daughtered,” showed off her quintuplet daughters on social media as they gathered around her, throwing autumn leaves in the air.
The autumn-themed picture featured the 36-year-old seated cross-legged on the floor, on a pile of leaves, while her daughters had fun in coordinating outfits.
Three of the 4-year-olds wore identical flowered dresses, while the other two rocked sweaters over denim pants, punctuated by sprays of the autumn leaves.
The mother of six posted the adorable family shot with an intent to publicize her newly launched holiday collections, as well as create awareness for the black Friday sales.
Publicity aside, fans of the TLC star were drawn to the cuteness of the toddler-models and the happy aura surrounding the fun family pic. Adam and Danielle Busby welcomed the brood in 2015, four years after the birth of their first daughter, Blayke.
The birth of the girls marked the first set of quintuplets born in the United States, and not long after, TLC made the family the new hit for a brand new reality series, “Outdaughtered,” which has since followed the lives of the stars' family as they survive a home with six youngsters.
The Quints, consisting of two identical daughters, Ava and Olivia, and three fraternal daughters, Hazel, Riley, and Parker, have grown to develop their unique personalities.
Viewers of the TLC series have watched as the girls portray different adorable acts, with Hazel winning hearts with her sweet, independent nature, Riley being the smartest and Parker being the anxious one. The identical twins have made a name for themselves on the show with their silly, mischievous, but cute nature.
Being a parent to six daughters hasn’t exactly gone smoothly for the Busbys, as the mom once admitted that the affair had made her fall into a constant routine of rustling up quick-fix meals, with hardly a care for healthy eating habits.
Unfortunately, with raising a family in the spotlights and big revelations come several bitter doses of public-shaming. Last month, the family patriarch opened up about the parent-shaming they’ve endured since putting their family in the public eye.
He also used the medium to thank friends and family who have stood by them and lifted them up when they were under attack. The family of eight has lived through their moments of struggles with public daggers and has learned to endure it thanks to the support of loyal fans.