Chris Brown's Daughter Royalty Spends Quarantine Time Painting Socks with Grandma Joyce Hawkins
Chris Brown's daughter, Royalty Brown, and her paternal grandmother, Joyce Hawkins, enjoyed some sweet moments during the quarantine.
While the world continues to make various moves and changes to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, Chris Brown's daughter, Royalty, and her paternal grandmother, Joyce Hawkins, are dedicated to enjoying some quality time.
Hollywood Life reported that Joyce captured the moment when her granddaughter tried her artistic hands at painting a pair of socks with some markers.
Besides her dancing skills, Royalty was already on her way to being a young entrepreneur as her mom recently started a fashion line for her.
In the clip, Royalty's grandmother can be heard asking the little girl how beautiful she thought the socks were going to be when she was done painting.
Although she was ultra-focused on her artwork, Royalty managed to tell her grandmother that the socks would be "gorgeous." While the clip has garnered over 20,000 views, it would be worth noting that painting isn't Royalty's only talent.
Back in January, Page Six reported that the little girl had sustained an injury while dancing which had resulted in her getting a bandage on her forehead that appeared to be covering stitches.
"Well guys... I got my first real boo boo! Mom and Dad told me I would be ok and look. My ? is some new fashion for a couple weeks."
According to the site, the outfit which is known as Royalty Clothing, is dedicated to providing children’s clothes. In addition to that, the famous singer's daughter also retails beauty accessories such as nail polish.
As regards Joyce's life away from the media, many were pleased to see the mother-of-two share some eye-catching content on social media.
Royalty's grandmother added a see-through top with a black brassiere underneath and some thigh-high leopard boots to the mix. It didn't take long before fans began liking and dropping thirsty comments on the image.
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