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Gabrielle Union's daughter, Kaavia, is truly natural at her first ever contest



Gabrielle Union, Kaavia James Wade Union, Dwyane Wade, Kids Choice Sports 2019

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Baby Kaavia James Union Wade debuted on the red carpet and she is here to kill.

The 8-month-old girl made her big debut on the Nickelodeon Kids' Red Carpet Choice Sports Awards Thursday afternoon. His parents, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade, escorted the toddler and posed for adorable photos along the way. Some red carpet participants even shared a slide catch of eye from family to event and it's too cute to describe.

Kaavia is certainly eagerly awaited, but the beautiful sets of his parents are worth seeing. Kaavia's mother, Gabrielle, was wearing an elegant peacock cocktail dress designed by Antonio Berardio. As for Kaavia's father, Dwyane wore a black-patterned suit jacket and matching shorts with a plain white T-shirt underneath. Kaavia's fashion creations have not been released yet, but her white dress complimented her parents' outfits perfectly.

It's crazy how fast the little Kaavia James grew up. It seems that last month alone, the actress and the basketball player announced their welcome.

Since then, the adorable photos of "Shady Baby" are blurry, as the Union-Wade affectionately nicknamed. On her personal Instagram, Kaavia is full of cute and subtitled photos, including her first magazine cover with her mother.

To see some of the adorable photos, check out the gallery here!

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