The pre-teen, dad Dwyane Wade and stepmother Gabrielle Union wore color-coordinated suits on the red carpet.
The former NBA star spoke to "Good Morning America" about the 12-year-old publicly coming out as transgender.
The actress is traveling throughout Greece with her husband, and sharing some bikini grams along the way.
Thank goodness for babies. No matter what craziness is going on in the world — and this has been another year at max level — just seeing them brings a joy like no other.
After years of unsuccessful fertility treatments, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade announced the birth of their daughter via a surrogate on Thursday. Why her decision to do skin-to-skin contact matters.
Gabrielle Union has revealed she has suffered multiple miscarriages in attempted to have a much-longed for baby with NBA star husband Dwyane Wade.
For fans and followers of Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade, there are myriad reasons on display to prove their relationship is as good as it gets. This latest showing off of their enviable connection came when Gabrielle Union-Wade, as she calls herself on Instagram, posted a quick clip of her and Dwyane Wade’s choreographed moves in the midst of their European vacation. Dressed in contrasting black and white outfits — some combination of pajamas and luxurious robes, it seems, in the darkly lit video — Wade and Union flex their feet to the sounds of Missy Elliot’s “I’m Better.” We wonder if Union was throwing some subtle shade to her husband, saying she’s better at dancing than he is?
Actress Gabrielle Union-Wade and her husband, basketball player Dwyane Wade, have been traveling abroad for the better part of June. The stylish pair have documented their exciting trip through their popular Instagram accounts, showing off their eclectic wardrobes and on-trend looks in many of their vacation snaps. Their vacation, by the way, looks incredible.
In 2003, then-rookie Dwyane Wade was a fifth overall draft pick for the NBA, to play for the Miami Heat. He may have made a name for himself on the court his first season — he led his team to the playoffs and launched what would become an illustrious basketball career — but his personal style was hardly, well, stylish.