Gabrielle Union teaches daughter about self-love in latest TikTok: 'Yes, we have moles' | MCUTimes

Gabrielle Union teaches daughter about self-love in latest TikTok: ‘Yes, we have moles’

Gabrielle Union shared a precious moment with his daughter.

On Thursday, the 48-year-old actress posted a video to her TikTok showing her having a sweet conversation with 2-year-old Kaavia, which she shares with her husband and former NBA star Dwyane Wade. In the video, which she captured “by teaching her to love all parts of herself”, the couple lies in a pool as the toddler draws attention to a mole on the Union breast.

“Yup, mom has a lot of moles. I have birthmarks on my face,” Union explained.

Kaavia breathes in excitement and puts her hands on her cheeks.

“I did not have a mole,” Kaavia said.

“Well, I think you have a pair,” replied the actor.

The 2-year-old pointed to her lip and thought it was a mole, but Union corrected her before lifting her leg and pointing at her foot.

“Oh, there’s your mole,” she said. “Yeah, but look, it’s not bothering anyone, so you let it be.”

“Leave it?” Kaavia wondered.

“It’s part of you. So it’s Kav’s mole and mother’s mole,” she pointed out.

“Yes, we have moles!” The couple cheered.

Fans welcomed the comments to praise the star for her inspiring lesson in self-love.

“Adorable. We all have birthmarks! They make us unique,” noted Dr. Sandra Lee or Dr. Pimple Popper.

“Sooo adorable. She’s so cute,” said one fan.

“You have the most beautiful relationship,” someone wrote.

“Sweetest thing ever. Did the rest of my day,” another person added.

“Such a heartwarming and sweet conversation,” a commentator continued.

Union regularly shares glimpses of her family life on her social media, which also includes Wade and her stepchildren Zaya, Xavier and Zaire.

Over the years, Union has been open about its own self-love journey and in an interview in February with She, she admitted that she had only recently fallen in love with herself.

“Some of that self-love has come from learning to embrace my natural beauty, especially my hair texture. I wore relaxers from when I was 8 and didn’t stop until my 30s,” she said. “I did not even wear braids professionally, which might have been the first time ever – until Almost Christmas, which was five or six years ago. Something happened around my 40s where I just fell in love with myself. I emptied my basket of f *** s. And that’s the attitude I hope to pass on to my daughters-shameless self-love. ”

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