Gabrielle Union shares cute new family photos: 'Y'all are so freaking gorgeous!'

Gabrielle Union shared four cute family photos on Instagram. (Photo by Cindy Ord/MG22/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue )
Gabrielle Union shared four cute family photos on Instagram. (Photo by Cindy Ord/MG22/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue ) (Photo by Cindy Ord/MG22/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue)

Gabrielle Union is putting family first.

On Wednesday, the 49-year-old took to Instagram to share a series of cute family photos. The "Bring It On" alum posted four snaps which showed herself, her husband, former NBA star Dwayne Wade, and their three-year-old daughter, Kaavia James, standing near a window.

In the first slide, the trio stared at the camera and flashed their million dollar smiles. In the remaining photos, Union and Wade gazed lovingly at their daughter while she smirked with delight.

For the photoshoot, Union stunned in a black jumpsuit with gold details around the waist. She wore her dark, curly locks in a bun on the top of her head and opted for a fresh-faced makeup look. On the other hand, Wade chose a matching light yellow button-up and shorts set, while Kaavia rocked a red and black skirt and a white tank top.

"My heart is full," the actress captioned the post alongside three black heart emojis.

In the comments, fans couldn't get enough of the family's "adorable" family photos and praised the star for rocking her natural curls.

"Ok these are seriously adorable pics, I'm obsessed," commented a follower.

"Y'all are so freaking gorgeous!" said another. "And your daughter sure knows how to strike a pose!"

"Can we pay attention to the fact that Gab is slaying her natural hair here?!" wrote a fan.

"What a beautiful family!" added another.

"Seeing you wear your natural curls loud and proud gives me confidence to do the same," shared someone else.

In March, Union spoke to Fatherly about parenting and why it's important to stop seeing children as an extension of yourself.

"As our children grow up, it is our job [as parents] to believe them when they tell us who they are and not impose our dreams, hopes, fears, and desires on them," the actress explained. "It’s our job to be loving, compassionate, protective guides for our children, but their lives are their lives, and we have to respect that."

"So yeah, we’re gonna post our family, we’re going to live out loud, we’re going to love out loud, and we’re going to speak out loud and lead in however each situation calls for us to be leaders when things are not where they should be," Union added.

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