Chris Brown’s Daughter Royalty & Mom Joyce Hawkins Pose with Champagne Glass in Pool
Royalty Brown appeared to be having the time of her life as she sipped on orange juice with her grandmothers.
In the image, the 5-year-old was all smiles as she posed between her father, Chris Brown’s mom, Joyce Hawkins, and her MeMe, in a pool.
[Royalty] isn’t missing out on anything as her family ensured that they kept her busy “with lots of arts and crafts projects, and games.”
The sweet snap, which was posted on April 15, has garnered almost 30,000 likes and nearly 200 comments from her 793,000 followers. While some people filled the comment section with heart emojis, others dropped heart-eyes emojis.
As it turned out, that’s not the only form of fun that Royalty has been enjoying despite California’s quarantine status amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
A source exclusively informed HollywoodLife that the tot isn’t missing out on anything as her family ensured that they kept her busy “with lots of arts and crafts projects, and games.”
The 5-year-old is also spending lots of time with her baby sister, Sinatra LA, at her mother, Nia Guzman‘s house.
The sweet moment was crowned by Royalty’s massive smile and Sinatra’s tiny tutu and bows outfit. Earlier in February, Metro UK divulged that Nia shared adorable footage of Royalty showing that she was just as musically talented as her famous father.
The tot, who was sitting in a chair, showed her singing skills as she belted out Justin Bieber and Dan + Shay’s hit single, “10,000 Hours.”
After she sang a few bits of the song, Royalty then proceeded to freestyle her own verse about her inability to wash dishes because she “has to go to work.”
Chris Brown has also done his part in showing off his daughter’s singing prowess as he previously uploaded a clip of her singing along to a YouTube video of “Little Bit” by MattyBRaps and the Haschak Sisters.
The video, which was shared on her father’s Instagram page, has garnered over 500,000 likes and 3 million views till date.
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