Ray J. and Princess Love Have Fans In Stitches Trying to Get Daughter Melody to Smile: ‘Mels is Not Here for Y’alls Noises’

Social media is over the moon at a behind-the-scenes clip of Princess Love and Ray J. Norwood‘s 10-month-old daughter modeling adorably for a recent photo shoot.

The Internet has deemed baby Melody Love as one of the cutest celebrity babies, and folks can’t get enough of Princess and Norwood’s precious moments of her. The “One Wish” singer took to Instagram on Wednesday with an adorable video of his daughter all dolled up, modeling regally for her photo shoot.

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Melody Love. (Photo: @rayj/Instagram)

Baby Melody wore a white floral tutu dress with a white and pink floral crown while she posed on a little bench surrounded by flowers. In the video, the “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” couple can be heard in the background singing songs and spewing baby noises as they attempted to get their daughter to smile during the photo shoot. However, the infant appeared to be ignoring her parents while still grandly modeling before the camera.

Fans were fawning over baby Melody’s camera-ready demeanor and in stitches at Princess Love and Norwood’s attempts to make their daughter grin.

“She is a doll!!! I can’t believe how still she’s sitting, it’s like she’s made for the camera 😍.”

“🤣🤣🤣 Melody is over princess and rayj already but she’s SOO cute and chunky 😩.”

“Mels is not here for yall’s noises 😂 she’s soooo adorable and camera ready my ovaries 😍😍.”

“Awww she’s gorgeous her baby jelly rolls omgggg she’s perfect!! 😍. She’s like I’m keeping it regal baby!”

Norwood and Princess are both first-time parents, and the 34-year-old describes being a mother as one of “the best feelings ever” that “nobody can prepare you for what it’s actually like.”

The couple welcomed their daughter into the world on May 22, 2018, and are looking to possibly expand their family.

“I want one more right now,” the actor, 38, told US weekly at the Kids’ Choice Awards on March 23. “I’m trying right now. I’m trying to get one in and hopefully we can have another by April, if it happens. … They could be friends and protect each other, like my sister and myself…  Two [kids] is good.”


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