Rob Kardashian can’t resist this familiar face.
It’s no secret that the reality star has lots of love for his baby girl Dream Kardashian. Whether sharing sweet kisses or cuddle time on Snapchat, the father-daughter duo can’t help but show off their affection online.
But in new photos shared on Instagram Monday night, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star admitted that he can’t say no to his baby girl. The reason? It’s all in the smile.
“Drool on my baby lol, Look how long her eye lashes are,” Rob wrote to his followers. “I will never say no this Woman lol.”
“That’s right baby,” he added in separate posts. “Smile on pretty mama.”
The family moments come less than a week after the Arthur George sock designer penned an emotional post directed toward his daughter.
In the middle of father-daughter time, Rob opened up about his special relationship that appears to be growing week after week.
“Saying bye to my beautiful baby girl,” the new dad shared on social media. “She is smiling at me. U see how she looking at her daddy.”
“I literally can’t get enough of this girl,” he continued. “I never felt a love or happiness like this ever in my life and she makes me so happy, about to miss her so much. Love You baby Dream.”
Keeping Up With the Kardashians premieres Mar. 12 at 9 p.m., only on E!
Published at Tue, 07 Mar 2017 04:24:28 +0000
Marion Cotillard, is that you?
The French actress posted a series of sexy selfies on Instagram earlier this evening and caught everyone’s attention with her brand-new look.
Cotillard, who is currently expecting her second child with partner Guillaume Canet, appeared to be on the set of her flick with Canet, dubbed Rock’n’Roll, while taking the snapshots.
And while the throwback pics seemed to be all in good fun, commenters instantly wondered if Cotillard had gone under the knife to alter her looks after laying eyes on the snapshots.
But fret not, everyone. It seems as though Cotillard was sporting some serious prosthetics which enhanced her pout, as well as a long brunette wig.
“To be or not to be,” one series of photos was captioned, while the next series was titled, “To be.”
The old adage is also the slogan for her flick with Canet. Very clever! So it seems that Cotillard is doing her best to rile up attention for her longtime love’s film (which he also wrote and directed).
The film debuted earlier last month and both Canet and Cotillard were on hand at the Paris premiere at the Cinema Pathe Beaugrenelle.
Published at Tue, 07 Mar 2017 03:44:03 +0000