Kobe Bryant recently shared a stunning image of his gorgeous daughter, Natalie, as she turned 17 and fans couldn't help being full of admiration.
Kobe Bryant is a proud dad, and in a recent birthday post on Instagram, the NBA alum showed off his gorgeous grown-up daughter, Natalie as she became a year older.
Kobe Bryant attends the LA Community Screening Of Warner Bros Pictures' "Just Mercy" at Cinemark Baldwin Hills | Photo: Getty Images
In the photo, Natalie is rocking a lovely red short dress while her hair was left in a lengthy flow.
The teenager completed the appealing look with a pair of matching red heels and minimum jewelry. Kobe fondly captioned the photo:
"Happy Birthday, my baby, I love you beyond measure. You will always be my little Principessa #17."
Natalie is the first of four daughters born to Kobe Bryant and his wife, Vanessa. Her younger sisters are, Gianna, 13, Bianka, two and little Capri (Koko) is a few months old.
CHEAT SHEET reports that at the time of Capri's birth, the doting dad opened up on not having a son.
Contrary to the general thought that he"ll be worried about not having a boy child, Bryant is, in fact, unbothered about it.
The Basketball champion told the publication that he was happy with his family and didn't mind not having a boy child.
He, however, added that Vanessa, on the contrary, has been pinning to have a male child, but he didn't mind that either.
With his daughters, Kobe does hold a special relationship and BET shares that in a recent post from Vanessa; this fact was indisputable.
Kobe Bryant attends a basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Dallas Mavericks at Staples Center | Photo: Getty Images
While Natalie was all glammed up for her high school homecoming party, she stood beside her dad for a quick snap before heading off.
In the photo, the young girl's admirable height was visible as she stood beside her gigantic father.
Fans were filled with admiration for the young lady and did not hesitate to make this known.
When they teased that it took a real man to make a boy child, the dad of four refuted that it took a king to make princesses.