It goes without saying that Joseline Hernandez‘s toddler daughter Bonnie Bella is absolutely adorable.
The 2-year-old sent fans head over heels this week after her mother shared a picture of her dolled up and camera ready. Hernandez took to Instagram on Wednesday and posted an up-close snapshot of her daughter posing adorably for the ‘Gram.
Baby Bonnie wore a pink and red collared dress with a beaded necklace draped around her neck. Her hair was placed into an up ’do with a bunny ear hair scrunchie. It’s unclear where the Hernandez family was when the photo was taken, but the toddler was surrounded by Coca-Cola paraphernalia.
The 32-year-old mother boasted about her daughter’s likeness to her and captioned the image “My Master Piece #cocacola #bonniebella 😂”
Fans fawned over baby Bonnie and showered Hernandez’s post with compliments.
“Hey little darling ❤️Bella is a master piece. Just lovely. Hi 👋🏾 cutie pie she’s your twin 😘”
“Bonnie is absolutely beautiful 😍 she’s really starting to look like you. This child is a little angel 🤗”
“How is possible your baby is this big already 💜 she is such a doll God bless ❤️”
“Love bella she’s so pretty, just like you jose ❤️😍 she does look like Stevie too”
Hernandez welcomed Bonnie Bella in December 2016 with her ex-fiancé Stevie J.
Last month, the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star temporarily lost custody of her 2-year-old daughter for weeks after reportedly violating her and Stevie’s agreement. She reconnected with baby Bonnie after she and Stevie appeared in court August 15. Details about their court appearance have yet to be revealed.
Hernandez and Stevie are currently on good terms and apparently decided to put their feuding aside for the sake of their daughter.
The reality TV star 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.”