Tia Mowry‘s daughter Cairo Hardrict became the center of attention on Feb. 16, after the 3-year-old participated in her first solo transition video. A transition is a video editing technique that combines separate clips.
In the fashion post shared on Instagram, Hardrict, who is wearing a casual blue shirt, is seen playing with a toy dinosaur as she utters the words, “I need to do my hair.” As the recording continues, the toddler then places what looks like a tail end of a spoon on the camera.
Once the utensil was removed, Hardrict reappeared on the scene in a completely different outfit and hairstyle as the track “I Look Good” by O.T. Genasis played in the background. The clip ended with the toddler showcasing her new look: a lavender ensemble and tiny pigtails.
In addition to the video, Mowry captioned the post by asking her followers their opinions on Hardrict’s transition video debut. She wrote, “Like mommy like daughter, am I right? How did Cairo do with her first transition, you guys?”
As fans began to view Mowry’s upload, a handful of people flooded the “Sister, Sister” star’s comments section with compliments. The remarks ranged from how cute Hardrict was to others declaring she developed her transitioning skills from her mom.
“OMG the cuteness. I can’t even! So adorable. Great job Cairo!”
“Lol she rocked it! Your whole family is a vibe including the baby.”
“Ok CAIRO with the star quality like your mama!!?”
“Cuteness overload on point just like mommy.”
“Ugh all of the personality and all of the cuteness!!!!!!!”
Hardrict’s solo clip comes weeks after fans noticed the toddler’s willingness to participate in videos with her mother. In a post shared on Jan. 29, Mowry uploaded a video of the pair hanging out and dancing along to James Brown’s “Get Up Offa That Thing.”
Mowry captioned the recording, “When Cairo wants to hang with Mommy, ya’ll better believe I say yes!”
She Did the Ciara Prayer and Got TF Asap’: Michael B. Jordan Celebrates Lori Harvey’s 25th Birthday In Playful Video
Black Americans Might Miss Out on the $68 Trillion Transfer of Generational Wealth. Here’s Why.
“I Wanted Absolutely Nothing To Do With That Anymore” | Matt Harvey Admits He And Deceased Angels Teammate Tyler Skaggs Shared Drugs