Timi Dakolo's girls model for international kids luxury brand and feature in Vanity Fair magazine.
By Black_Rose | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 16688 views
Timi Dakolo's daughters are the lastest celebrity kid models to bag an international modelling gig for Princess Ford, an international kids luxury brand and also get on feature in the July edition of one of the biggest fashion magazines in the US, Vanity Fair alongside actress, Viola Davis.
This is a big moment for the beautiful young girls and their mum who happened to be the photographer giving her some sort her a recognition in her photographer career on the international scene.
Here are the pictures below:
Hallel and Zoe are Timi Dakolo's only daughters and have proven to be very fashionable from the pictures and videos their parents share online.
This is a proud daddy moment for Timi Dakolo and his family as this can project the modelling careers of his kids and also build a career for them in the world of fashion.
Let's just say Nigeria is ably represented in the segment of kids fashion internationally.
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