Gabrielle Union's Daughter Kaavia Sports a Crown and Face Mask While Lounging at Home (Photo)
Gabrielle Union shared a lovely photo of her daughter, "Queen" Kaavia, wearing a matching crown and face mask, while in diapers.
Gabrielle Union seems to be making the most of the extra time at home due to safety measures related to the novel coronavirus pandemic. She has taken to enjoying moments with her family.
Over the weekend, Union posted some adorable moments with her daughter Kaavia, who has already stolen the hearts of many of the star's fans since her birth early last year.
Gabrielle Union and Kaavia James Union Wade attend Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2019 at Barker Hangar on July 11, 2019. I Photo: Getty Images.
Union shared a photo of Kaavia with her followers on IG, with the toddler donning a black and white crown and a colorful face mask to match. Fans responded in adoration as many claimed that the picture was "just too cute."
In the post, the 17-month-old looked distracted as she stared at something to the photographer's right, likely her father, NBA star Dwayne Wade. Union then captioned the post:
"Real queens wear masks. #YourActionsSaveLives.”
Since numerous countries around the world went into lockdown in attempts to slow the spread of COVID-19, Union has been notorious for capturing and sharing heartwarming moments with her cute daughter.
Early this year, the "Bring It On" star made headlines for a series of Instagram posts. The actress shared a photo of her and Kaavia showing off their beautiful natural curls. She also shared a video of her teaching Kaavia to swim, with the little girl proving a lot more daring than expected.
The couple [Union and Wade] had to learn not to project any fears of discrimination they might have onto the child.
Union then posted some shots on Kaavia's personal Instagram page, including a clip of her husband Wade, while the former "Miami Heat" star combed their daughter's hair.
13-year-old Zaya, however, has taught the couple a lot as she came out as trans early this year. Wade recalls: "Zaya had to educate us. She has always led. At times, we've had to catch up."
The 38-year-old admitted that he and Union would put on a confident and knowledgeable facade whenever Zaya asked them an LGBTQ-related question, before scurrying to Google for answers once the child had left the room.
Although they were always supportive of Zaya, the couple had to learn not to project any fears of discrimination they might have onto the child.
The duo attended the Truth Awards — an annual ceremony dedicated to celebrating the black LGBTQ+ community's accomplishments — with Zaya, as they regularly remind their bundle of joy of all the support available to them.
Wade and Union have had their share of ups and downs but remain stronger than ever, dedicated to giving their children, and each other, the best of lives.