Gabrielle Union and her adorable two-year-old daughter, Kaavia, looked super cute while wearing matching yellow and green swimsuits during their day at the beach! Check out the pics!

It might be cold in certain parts of the world, but Gabrielle Union has been soaking up the sun with her mini-me daughter, Kaavia, over the holidays! On December 29, the actress, 48, took to Instagram to share the cutest snaps with her two-year-old. Kaavia, whom Gabrielle shares with husband Dwyane Wade, looked so big in her yellow and green swimsuit designed by Genesis Swimwear, which just so happened to match her mom’s one-piece perfectly!

While Kaavia’s tiny swimsuit looked super cute on the toddler, Gabrielle’s looked too hot to handle. The suit featured a plunging neckline and accentuated Gabrielle’s figure effortlessly. Along with the gorgeous swimsuit, the Bring It On alum also wore a navy blue bucket hat to shield her eyes from the beaming sun.

“Me and [Kaavia James Union Wade],” Gabrielle began the caption to her post. She also added two black heart emojis and used the hashtags “twinning with mommy” and “black owned business,” adding the handle for Genesis Swimwear. Although Kaavia and Gabrielle looked like they were having fun in the sun, they also spent some time in the snow!

One week before heading to the beach, Gabrielle and Kaavia went sledding! Unfortunately, Kaavia was none too pleased when it came to flying down a small hill with snow flying in her face. “So, turns out [Kaavia] is not a fan of snow or sledding,” Gabrielle captioned a series of photos featuring Kaavia’s displeased face as the mother-daughter-duo came flying down their makeshift snowy hill.

Even though Kaavia wasn’t a big fan of sledding, there’s no denying that she absolutely loves to dress like her mommy! All over Gabrielle’s Instagram page are photos of the author and activist matching with her baby girl. This twosome seriously knows how to dress, wether it’s working loungewear, a cute flowing dress, or even matching swimsuits. We cannot wait to see what the pair cooks up next.



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