July 14, 2018

Brooke Shields' daughters are all grown up and looking more like their model mother

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Brooke Shields’ two daughters with husband Chris Henchy, are both grown up and are looking more and more alike to their mother. They are almost as tall as her now, too.

Shields’ daughters are Rowan, 15, and Grier Henchy, 12. The public might have seen them during red carpet back when they were much younger since their model mother used to take them with her.

Recently, on July 8th, Shields took her girls with her at the special screening of the Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation in East Hampton, New York.

The video uploaded by Closer Weekly showed the trio taking pictures with some of the film’s characters. They appeared to look a lot like sisters than mother and daughters.



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During an interview with Porter magazine, Shields revealed how much her daughters have grown up and how they seem to be more confident and mature than her at their age.

She said they are “so much more confident in their own bodies. They have the same stubbornness and strength that I do but are more well-adjusted. I am jealous as all hell about that. But, of course, I created it."


Even though her daughters have what it takes to follow in her footsteps, Shields insisted that education will always be the top priority for her kids.

She opened up about it with Social Life, "It's a cutthroat and demoralizing business. Plus, they want you when they want you, and you have to be there for auditions and work, and my kids aren't missing school."


Shields continued to say that her intellect was the only thing that took her out of the crazy business and gave her the right perspective. She said she always knew that she wanted an education.

Being a mother is “one of the purest joys I have,” said Shields to Closer Weekly during Grier’s birthday party at the Sugar Factory in New York City this year.

For her, motherhood has been the most important job of her life.