Omotola Jalade Had A Twinning Moment With Her Daughter At The Premiere Of “Skin” Documentary


It’s easy to see that Omotola Jalade has an ultra strong mother-daughter bond with her first daughter Princess. And not only has she been Instagramming and Snapchatting the pictures of the 22-year-old, but the Nollywood actress has also been pictured attending events and functions with her daughter wearing almost similar outfits.  

When the mother-of-four stepped out for the traditional nuptials of Temidayo Abudu and Ade Makanjuola a few days ago, she graced the event with her beautiful daughter in nearly coordinated aso ebi looks. Although they naturally have an uncanny resemblance, the mother-daughter duo looked amazing in their traditional attire. Sharing the pictures on social media, Omotola wrote: “My first outing and I got Miss princess with me … #teddiemak.”

But if you thought it all ended here, the actress’ close relationship with her daughter seems to be incomparable. Apart from sporting the same outfits, it seems to us that they’re best friends. While attending the Premiere of “Skin” yesterday — a documentary produced by Beverly Naya that pinpoints the true meaning of beauty in all the different shades of black, the Nollywood favorite did not only twinned with her daughter but they showed us all some of their dancing skills which were one of the cutest parts of the event.

Omotola wore a gorgeous black dress with matching ankle-strap pumps while Princess was outfitted in a little one-shouldered dress of the same hue, complete with gladiator heeled sandals.



In a post to celebrate the mother’s day yesterday, the Nollywood favorite also posted a video of two of them dancing and thrusting their buttocks against each other. “#Happymothersday to all mothers,” the actress captioned the video. “What a special job. May we Never be Replaced.”

Princess just graduated from with a degree in Hospitality Management from the Eastern Mediterranean University in Cyprus and the mom, of course, is delighted to have her back after being away for many years. 


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