Singer Ginuwine Shares 1st Photo of Newborn Granddaughter Sage Lotus
Singer Ginuwine shares a picture with his newborn granddaughter Sage Lotus on Instagram, giving her a warm welcome to the world.
49-year-old hitmaker just welcomed a granddaughter named Sage Lotus from his ex-stepdaughter Cypress Soleil Lee whom he remains to be close to. She is the daughter of Ginuwine's ex-wife, Sole, whom he divorced in 2015.
The "Pony" hitmaker made sure to give Cypress and his new granddaughter a visit, carrying the little baby in his arms as he celebrated her arrival in their family. Although he and Sole are no longer together, this visit proves that they remain to be a blended family as they were before.
THEIR BLENDED FAMILY
Together, Sole and Ginuwine had two daughters named Story and Dream Sarae Lumpkin. Meanwhile, the singer had five children from previous relationships, and Sole had two.
The same way he is close to his stepdaughter, Ginuwine is also extremely close to his own children.
WELCOMING THEIR GRANDCHILD
"My baby had a baby. Words can't describe the magic of assisting your arrival into the world. I love you so much!"
A FATHER-AND-DAUGHTER BOND
The same way he is close to his stepdaughter, Ginuwine is also extremely close to his own children. In fact, when one of them turned 18, she was brought to tears after he surprised her with his presence.
In a heartwarming video posted on Instagram, Story ran to her father while he was hiding, and they shared a long hug as the little girl was in tears. It turns out, they were emotional because the two girls moved away and they only see their dad once a month.
The "Celebrity Big Brother" star continues to work hard for his children, but it's clear that he makes sure to give them his love, care, and time whenever possible. His paternal instincts are not only for his children but for his stepchildren and granddaughter as well.
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