Nick Cannon's son and baby mama rock Mickey Mouse ears during Disneyland trip
Brittany Bell and her son with Nick Cannon share another twinning moment in a balloon-filled photo during a trip to Disneyland. The mother and son were also in matching hats in a recent trip to a farm. After wearing matching hats during a recent berry-picking outing, Nick Cannon’s baby mama Brittany Bell and their son Golden twinned wearing Mickey Mouse ears during a trip to Disneyland.
The mother and son appeared to have had an enjoyable time in Disneyland with a photo to prove it on Instagram. Brittany carried her one-year-old as he stared up at dozens of Mickey Mouse balloons, most likely wishing to take them all home as his mother revealed in her caption.
“Mommy told me ask and you shall receive. God, can I have all of these?”
The twosome looked cute in their matching Mickey Mouse hats with ears to complement their coordinated denim jumpsuits with red undershirts. No doubt Golden had an awesome time too admiring the attractions in the happiest place on earth.
This isn’t the first time the mother and son channeled a twinningmoment. In late June, they went berry picking wearing matching hats to shield them from the sunny day. Brittany shared a selfie where her toddler tries to play with her hat.
In a series of clips his mother also shared, the little boy approaches a blackberry plant and picks a fruit upon her mother’s instructions. He even fed her mother and appeared to enjoy its taste when it was his turn to sample the fruit.
Golden is Nick’s third child, in addition to his twins Moroccan and Monroe with his ex-wife Mariah Carey. The siblings get along so well that the twins even attended Golden’s grand 1st birthday party in March.
Back in April, Nick also revealed how Moroccan and Monroe would dote on their little brother helping him learn how to walk.
“They love it. We get to spend every holiday together. Golden just took his first steps, and they were there helping him walk. It’s cool to see 7-year-olds approaching a 1½-year-old and how they’re taking on that big brother and sister role.”