Tristan Thompson's 1st baby mama flaunts slender legs in violet and white dress in new photo

Jul 17, 2018
07:18 P.M.
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The basketball player's ex-girlfriend has been raising their son since he left her, but always takes the time to make sure she looks put together as well. 


Jordan Craig, the mother of Tristan Thompson's 18-month-old son, Prince, recently took to Instagram to share a photo of herself looking all dressed to impress in a cute outfit. 

In the image, Craig appeared to be in a walk-in wardrobe, and was wearing a white high neck dress with a frilly sleeve and a lilac colored skirt. The garment gave the illusion of a playsuit with lilac straps going up over the shoulders. 

It also featured a pretty teal bow at her neck. She completed the look with a pair of pointed heals, and a turquoise handbag. 


"In a World full of Trends..Stay Classic Babe Outfit from: @WhatJordyWore," she captioned the selfie, which she took on her cell phone in the mirror. In less than a week, the post had gathered in almost 65,000 likes. 

But when she isn't focusing on perfecting her own look, Craig is focusing all her energy on her beloved tot. 

Her Instagram account is littered with photos of her 18-month-old toddler, often enjoying adventures with his mama. 


One photo that she shared of herself and her son standing in front of a small castle. While the castle was small, it was certainly big enough for the little boy to play in. 

In the caption, Craig shared that she had built the castle as Prince's playroom, and even had the letter "P" painted in gold above the castle's drawbridge entrance. 

The castle was painted white with gold accents, and Craig knealt down in the doorway of the castle next to her son as he took in the great gift his mother had made for him. 

Another photo that got plenty of attention was one which saw the mother-son duo wearing matching horse riding outfits while standing next to a beautiful horse. 

In the caption, the mother-of-one shared that she had started a new blog dedicated to her journey of motherhood and watching her son grow up.