Former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Joseline Hernandez posted a new photo this week that reminded the internet just who her 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella looks like.
Although there’s been quite a debate among fans over which parent baby Bonnie looks like the more between Hernandez and her father Stevie J., there’s clearly no denying the child resembles her mother.
The 32-year-old mother took to Instagram on Tuesday evening and shared a selfie of herself at the St. Regis hotel in New York, where she and her rumored fiancé DJ Balistic Beats stayed. Posing in front of a mirror with her cellphone, Hernandez snapped a photo of her casualwear and unfiltered face.
She appeared nearly makeup-free and was wearing a light blue mesh dress adorned with polka dots, a black utility jacket, and cat-eye sunglasses. She captioned her post with four diamond emojis and received over 19,000 likes from her IG followers.
Several of the “LHHATL” alumna’s fans flooded her with comments on how much her 2-year-old daughter looked like her.
“I swear Bonnie stole her whole face ❤️ You look so happy and healthy lately! Regal. Love it 😍”
“What a beautiful photo of you, Joseline that’s Bonnie’s twin 🖤 you”
“Now I see the resemblance between you and Bonnie you really spit her out good lawdt”
“Wow all I see is Bonnie 😍 she looks just like you!”
Hernandez welcomed Bonnie Bella in 2016 with ex-fiancé Stevie J.
Earlier this month, Hernandez temporarily lost custody of her 2-year-old daughter for weeks after reportedly violating her and Stevie’s agreement. She, however, reconnected with baby Bonnie after she and Stevie appeared in court August 15. Details about their court appearance have yet to be revealed.
The reality star has made it clear in prior interviews that she has nothing but her daughter’s best interests at heart.
“You know, I think when you become a mother your whole life changes because now you have to care for another person,” Hernandez told Huffington Post in 2017 in an interview. “Everything that I went through in my life, I want my daughter not to have to go through. … I think that becoming a mother makes you focus so much more in your business.”