April 30, 2020
American singer and songwriter Cassie, who once dated rapper Diddy, took to her Instagram Story to share an adorable video of her 4-month-old baby daughter Frankie.
Cassie enjoyed a mother-daughter moment with her 4-month-old daughter, Frankie, and shared a video of their adorable time with her fans on her Instagram story.
In the video, Cassie wore a face cap, dark top and accessorized with big round earrings. Her baby daughter, on the other hand, wore a white onesie and rested on her mom's body.
Frankie looked so cute while staring at the camera with her big white eyes, and looked very comfortable as she enjoyed the time she was spending with mommy.
Cassie shares her cute baby daughter with her husband, Alex Fine, a bull-rider and fitness trainer, who she married last year. The little tot was born on December 6, 2019.
Frankie arrived just in time for Christmas celebrations and weighed 8 lbs., 4 oz. when she was born. Cassie had prepared for her baby's coming months before she was born.
The singer announced to her fans that she was pregnant when she posted about it on Instagram, sharing a picture of her fully grown baby bump, and writing in the caption that she couldn't wait to meet the baby girl.
The singer felt sad for the girl in the picture because of the personal demons she was battling then.
The singer also had a baby shower to celebrate her daughter's impending arrival. Cassie shared pictures from the baby shower on her Instagram page. One of the pictures showed her and her friend, Melissa Andre.
There was also a cute photo of Cassie wearing a black spaghetti top and black leggings. The singer wore a gorgeous smile. She captioned her post,
Before getting engaged and married to Alex Fine, Cassie dated Diddy for eleven years, from 2007 to 2018. She met Diddy in the early 2000s when she got signed to his record label "Bad Boy Records."
Their professional relationship soon turned romantic, and they became a solid pair, with many people thinking that they would walk down the aisle. However, those thoughts were extinguished when they called it quit in 2018.
In the caption, the singer said that she felt sad for the girl in the picture because of the personal demons she was battling then but was excited for the growth ahead of her.
The "Me & U" singer added that her post was to anyone on their journey, adding that she hoped that by sharing, they would realize that there was so much joy in recognizing their growth every step of the way.