“Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” alumna Joseline Hernandez and her 2-year-old were spotted stunting on social media together in their identical dresses.
The mother-daughter duo took things up a notch with their matching customized frocks, and fans absolutely ate it up. The 32-year-old mother took to Instagram on Tuesday with several photos of her and baby Bonnie Bella twinning together in Blerina Kllokoqi Rugova pink dresses while apparently attending an event in Los Angeles.
Their ensembles consisted of mesh material embroidered with dark pink beading. Hernandez wore pink nails to complete her look, whilst baby Bonnie donned a white flower headband and pink boots.
In her Instagram caption, the “Church” artist shouted out the designer who made her and the toddler’s couture wear, writing, “Amazing beautiful dresses that were especially hand crafted for us!! Thank you so much @blerinakllokoqirugova.” She also added the hashtags ” #momanddaughter” and “#momanddaughtergoals.”
Her post received an overwhelming amount of responses from fans.
“Gorgeous picture of you Joseline and Bonnie Bella you two look absolutely gorgeous.”
“You both looks stunning! dont care what ppl say about Joseline. that baby humbled her and turned her into the best woman she could be .”
“This is definitely mother and daughter goals ! Miss Bonnie Bella looking so beautiful and Miss Joseline I love you guys so much .”
“Awwww just beautiful mama and baby love the dress pretty in pink .”
Nonetheless, there were others who weren’t the biggest fans of the pair’s look.
“Joseline looks a mess and I’m tired of her dressing Bella in this old outdated clothes . Get a stylist.”
“This is the same dress that Bella runs around and playing in on other pictures. She can’t get a new dress? Joshlyn be decked out, iced out & baby look like she a stepchild. SMH!!”
Despite what social media may think about how Hernandez dresses her 2-year-old daughter — or her parenting skills, for that matter — she’s made it clear in prior interviews that she has her daughter’s best interests at heart.
The Puerto Rican native credited her daughter as the reason she decided to turn over a new leaf after being known for her explosive behavior on “LHHATL.”
“You know, I think when you become a mother your whole life changes because now you have to care for another person,” Hernandez told the Huffington Post.
She added, “Everything that I went through in my life, I want my daughter not to have to go through. … I think that becoming a mother makes you focus so much more in your business.”