It’s safe to say Joseline Hernandez’s love for her daughter Bonnie Bella is endless.
The “Love and Hip Hop” star recently posted a lovely photo of herself and baby Bonnie from nearly three years ago. She took to Instagram on Thursday morning, March 26, and uploaded an image that showed her holding her daughter, who was an infant at the time, in her arms.
Hernandez and her daughter posed in front of a white-and-gold background for their photo shoot at the time. She captioned the post, “tbt my sweet Bella”
The 32-year-old mother’s post garnered over 66,000 likes in just four hours. Her fans also doused her with comments.
“Awww this really touched my heart ❤️ you’re a good mom joseline just thought you should know”
“Beautiful picture of you both ❤️ 😩 baby Bella is such a big girl now…time flies”
“Awww adorable you two 😍😍😍😍”
“This is a precious picture there’s nothing like a mother’s love. She changed you”
“Beautiful picture of the two of you look at those cheeks 😍🙌🏾. Gorgeous Queen & her Pretty PRINCESS 💕”
“Now this pic is soooo ANGELIC & INNOCENT 😇 😘🥰 I pray you have you baby girl Bella back and you and Stevie can co-parent. Use your beautiful spirit for blessings and influence because this world will continue to take the gifts God gave you. 🙏🏽❤️”
Hernandez welcomed Bonnie Bella with music producer and “LHHATL” actor Stevie J. in December 2016, a few months after they called it quits.
On a recent episode of “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition,” which features the mother of one and her boyfriend DJ Balistic Beats, she had a major breakdown after Stevie was given temporary primary custody of their 3-year-old daughter.
“I feel like my life is just falling apart,” she said on “MBC” before saying to Beats, “He got custody babe. I don’t know what to do.”
Despite the custody drama that happened between Hernandez and Stevie J. last November, the pair seem to have mended their co-parenting relationship. According to Stevie J.’s interview with talk show host Wendy Williams in January, he claimed he and Hernandez both had joint custody of their daughter.