Meet Bianka! Kobe, Vanessa Bryant Share First Photo Of Newborn Daughter

23 December, 2016, 01:58 | Author: Evan Mason
  • Meet Bianka! Kobe, Vanessa Bryant Share First Photo Of Newborn Daughter

Retired basketball player Kobe Bryant posted a picture of his new baby girl and she is the most lovely newborn. Taking to Instagram on December 21, the proud parents shared the very first photo of their precious princess, wrapped tightly in pink fabric with a bonnet on her head.

An adorable new addition indeed!

After announcing the news that the Vanessa Bryant has given birth, newborn daughter Bianka is ready for her close-up!

The pair met in November 1999 when the former Laker was 21 and she was 17.

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Congrats on the baby, Kobe and Vanessa! "#BabyBlessing #SweetBaby #AnotherAngel", captioned Mrs. Bryant.

On their respective Instagram accounts, the couple posted the photo of Bianka Bella Bryant swaddled in a pink knitted blanket and cap as she slept.

Congrats to Kobe's family on a attractive little girl!

Bianka is now officially the little sister to Kobe and Vanessa's two other daughters, Natalia Diamante and Gianna Maria-Onore.


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