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Chris Brown & Royalty: In Tears Playing & Singing To Daughter In Houston

Tue, March 17, 2015 6:45pm EDT by Chris Rogers 26 Comments

So adorable! Before Chris performed in Houston on March 16, he spent some quality time with his baby daughter, Royalty. He even sang her a very special song, has EXCLUSIVELY learned.

Chris Brown, 25, is new to being a dad, but he “wants to jump right in and give it his best shot,” has EXCLUSIVELY learned. Before performing in Houston on Monday, March 16, the singer invited his daughter to spend time with him before the show. Tears were shed, and it was a moment Chris will never forget.

Chris Brown & Royalty’s Playdate In Houston — He Sings To Her Before Concert

“Chris couldn’t be in the same city and not be with his baby. He wanted to see her face, her smile. and hear her laugh again. He doesn’t know how to be a father, so he just wants to jump right in and give it his best shot,” a source tells EXCLUSIVELY.

As previously reported, Chris’ baby mama, Nia Guzman-Amey, lives in Houston. So it makes sense why he would make plans to see his daughter while in the same city.

Chris Brown Was Emotional During Visit With Daughter

“Chris was emotional. He tried to keep tears from rolling down his cheeks, but he couldn’t. He was in a complete daze, looking at Royalty when he bounced her on his knee. Chris is mesmerized by how much she looks like him. Looking into her eyes was like looking into his own. He’s absolutely in love with her. Before he had to go rehearse for his concert, he sang to her. He made up a little rhyme for her on the spot and she smiled as he sang it. He told her: ‘Daddy loves you. You’re my little Royal,’ and then he had to get ready,” our source adds.

Click To See More Pictures Of Baby Royalty Here

It’s great that Chris got the opportunity to spend time with his little girl and it proves that he’s taking fatherhood seriously!

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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Eric Ray