The proof is in a new photo the Howard University student posted to her Instagram account Monday. Robinson struck a pose in a strappy black mini dress that left her back exposed and wore matching strappy heels. The 19-year-old used a car as her prop and snapped a photo as she looked behind her with her faux locs cascading down her back.
“head over heels. 🖤” Robinson captioned the black and white image, which appears to have been taken in parking deck.
Robinson’s followers loved not only the ‘fit but her modeling skills and beauty, too.
“Wow I love that dress the back is everything 😘”
“LORD HAVE MERCY👍👍💯SUPER MODEL!!!!!!😍😍😍😍😍😍”
“Hi beautiful love you looking good my queen love you 🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤😘😘😘😘😘😘😘”
“Gahhh dang !! 🔥🔥😩😩🙌🏾🙌🏾 As always Gorgeous!”
Robinson seems to not only have inherited her mom’s model skills, she’s also got her runway looks too.
Back in December 2018, the teen posted a striking selfie that had fans easily mistaking her for Bailey, who first hit the modeling scene in the 1990s and recently returned to the industry after signing with Major New York agency last summer.
“The apple don’t fall far from the tree @cynthiabailey10 smart sweet beautiful full package.”
“Like mommy; like daughter.”
“Beautiful she looks just like you here. I thought it was you at first!”
It remains to be seen what career route Robinson takes when she graduates from college, but whether or not she becomes a model like the mom, it’s clear that the mother-daughter duo are close. It was emotional for both of them when Robinson decided to go to school in Washington, D.C., rather than sticking close to Atlanta.
As Robinson tearfully declared she couldn’t make the trip, her equally as emotional mother consoled her as Bravo cameras rolled for “RHOA” in season 11. When the moment aired in December, Bailey reflected on it in an Instagram post.
“My daughter @noellerobinson is my everything. My love for her is like no other. It kills me to see her cry about anything because she rarely cries,” Bailey wrote at the time. “However, I know I have to be strong, and let her find her own way. I did not think it would be this hard to let her go. So grateful to her dad @wwwjustleon for helping me parent & encourage her every step of the way. I am also very thankful to @itsmikehill for being there for ME throughout this journey. Watching tonight’s episode was tuff. I cried again watching it. I truly appreciate everyone’s kind words and support.”