July 26, 2020
Gabrielle Union has shared adorable photos of herself with husband Dwyane Wade and their daughter. Check them out now.
When Gabrielle Union's daughter made her social media debut, fans instantly fell in love with her no-nonsense facial expressions and appearances in her mother's posts.
Now the proud mother has shared photos of herself with Kaavia and her husband Dwyane Wade, calling their daughter a "boss baby."
The family seems to be enjoying themselves, with the actress regularly sharing photos and videos, including one showing them enjoying some pool time.
Earlier this year, Union revealed that for Father's Day, she gave Dwayne a vintage 1974 Ford Bronco, and her husband could not have been happier. He said:
"Happy Fathers Day to Meeeeee!!!! I mentioned years ago that when I moved to LA I would love a Bronco‼️Well the wife was listening. Thank you @gabunion you did that!!!!."
Union and Wade welcomed their daughter via surrogate last year. The athlete also had three children from his previous marriage with Siohvaughn Funches.
Those are daughter Zaya and son Zaire, as well as Xavier from a previous relationship with Aja Metoyer. Wade opened up about his daughter, who recently came out as transgender.
Both Union and her husband have been very vocal about their support for Zaya.
During an interview, Wade revealed the moment that his daughter shared with him that she was transgender and asked to be referenced as "she" and called Zaya.
He made it clear that he supported his daughter, sharing that as a parent he had decided to be a part of her journey. He said:
"I looked and her and said, 'You are our leader. You are our leader and this is our opportunuity to allow you to be a voice.'"
Wade explained that they had had to learn who their daughter was, making sure that they did not put any of their own pressures on her.
Both Union and her husband have been very vocal about their support for Zaya who was born a boy, named Zion.
Wade came to prominence after playing in the NBA for 16 years. During that time he played for the Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers and the Chicago Bulls.
While he retired following the 2018-2019 season, Wade won three championships while with the Miami Heat, in 2006,2010 and 2013.