Six mommy-daughter duos we love for Mother’s Day

DJ Zinhle and Kairo
DJ Zinhle and Kairo

DJ Zinhle and Kairo Forbes

DJ Zinhle and Kairo are the ultimate mother-and-daughter goals. Little Kairo has appeared on magazine covers with her mom. DJ Zinhle is also known for dressing her in the most adorable baby gear, showcasing their style perfection. On her blog Moments, DJ Zinhle has commented, “Raising Kairo has been both challenging and rewarding, but I’m very proud of the mother I have become.” DJ Zinhle is not only acing it as an entrepreneur and DJ, but also as a mom that Kairo can be proud of. 

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Pearl Thusi and Thandolwethu Mokoena

Pearl Thusi was just 20 when she gave birth to her daughter Thandolwethu. She often treats us to snaps of her and her mini-me, sporting matching hairstyles and outfits on Instagram. The fantastic mother also dedicates heart-warming posts to Thando. We can’t get enough of the love these two have for each other!

KG and Dineo Moeketsi

Radio and TV presenter Kgomotso Moeketsi, known as KG, is known as the first black woman to get a breakfast radio show slot on a commercial station. She’s also the mother of successful actress and television host, Dineo Moeketsi. They might not post on social media as much as we’d like, however, their love for one another is evident. KG is Dineo’s cheerleader, propping her up all the way so that she can rise above the industry’s challenges.

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Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Carter

We might refer to her has Queen Bey, but to Blue Ivy, she’s just mom. We all know how the birth of Blue Ivy has changed Beyoncé’s life, she’s been very vocal about that. “My daughter introduced me to myself,” the chart-topping singer told Oprah Winfrey.

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Beyoncé and Blue Ivy are very close and she doesn’t take any of the quality time they spend together for granted. She likes to take Blue with her everywhere she goes. Our undoubtedly fave mother-daughter duo has given us some of the most relatable comments and times. “She’s my road dog … she’s my homey, my best friend,” Beyoncé told Vogue, about Blue Ivy.

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a #tbt on a monday ??

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Jada Pinkett Smith and Willow Smith

The ever-so-stylish mother-daughter duo has given us countless style inspirations. We literally don’t know whose style we love more. They are the epitome of a healthy mother-daughter relationship that many aspire to, especially with the frankness between them. This is seen on their show Red Table Talk, with Jada’s mom, Adrienne Banfield-Jones.

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The Duo on a Sunday Recalibration?

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Gabrielle Union and Kaaiva

After years of fertility struggles, Being Mary-Jane actress Gabrille Union welcomed her now five-month-old daughter Kaavia James, through surrogacy in November 2018. The mommy-daughter duo makes our ovaries want to explode, especially considering the difficulties Gabrielle’s had in conceiving. According to People, Gabrielle (46) has launched a new collection for babies 0 to 24 months old, under her label, New York Company. The range has patterns like polka dots, tie-dye, leopard print and stripes, the array of dresses, T-shirts, onesies and more.

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