Talk about one epic moment! Chris Brown proudly brought his baby girl Royalty on stage with him during his concert in New Mexico on Sept. 12 — just a day after winning joint custody of her! That’s certainly a way to celebrate the great news. Watch the adorable video here.
Chris Brown, 26, has been inseparable from his daughter, Royalty, 1, since winning 50/50 custody of her on Sept. 11. He can’t stop showing off his love for her either! During his Sept. 12 concert in Albuquerque, Chris proudly carried his baby girl on stage with him and held her in his arms as he sang. Check out the video and see the cute daddy-daughter pics here!
There’s absolutely no hiding how much Chris loves Royalty, and she’s such a little daddy’s girl! A fan at the show uploaded a video of C-Breezy walking out on stage holding his daughter while singing “Show Me.” He danced with her in his arms, rocking side to side, which is downright precious. The best part about it is that Royalty seems to be in awe by her father. We totally wouldn’t be surprised if she ends up following in Chris’ footsteps and becomes a musician herself!
Chris also shared a black-and-white pic of himself on Instagram, holding Royalty on stage. He wrote: “Lil momma came on stage to say what’s up! #royalty.” The fun didn’t even stop there. The singer also shared an adorable pic of him and Royalty playing doctor before she made her grand entrance! He wrote: “Before the show activities. Playing doctor. Honestly I have more fun doing this than going out the club. #feelinglikeanoldman.” Aww!
It’s great to see Chris spending so much time with Royalty after such a grueling custody battle with his ex, Nia Guzman, 32. HollywoodLife.com spoke to Chris’ family law attorney, Bo Nichols, who revealed to us EXCLUSIVELY that Chris cried tears of joy the minute he won joint custody. We even got the exclusive video of their sweet father-daughter reunion at the courthouse, which shows just how amazing their bond bond is. Keep on being an amazing dad, Chris!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Chris should bring Royalty on stage more often? Let us know!
— Julianne Ishler