Mariah Careys Daughter Monroe Adorably Poses Like Mommy During Their Yacht Vacation

Mariah Careys Daughter Monroe Adorably Poses Like Mommy During Their Yacht Vacation

Mariah Carey’s daughter Monroe Cannon is her mini-me!

The 48-year-old singer shared a photo of herself alongside her 7-year-old on Instagram Wednesday captioned, “Pose like Mommy!”

In the photo, Carey and Monroe can be seen smiling with their right legs up and pointed as they lean against the side of the yacht.

Little Monroe was dressed for water safety, wearing a life jacket even while on the deck of the massive yacht.

Carey meanwhile, opted for a lowcut wetsuit over her bikini and wore her hair in braids.

"Pose like Mommy!" 😎⛵👯

A post shared by Mariah Carey (@mariahcarey) on Aug 15, 2018 at 11:44am PDT


Of course, this isn’t the first time Carey and Monroe have shared a sweet mother-daughter moment.

In 2016, Carey brought Monroe and Monroe’s twin brother Moroccan on stage at her concert at the Beacon Theatre in New York.

“Miss Monroe do you want to pose like mommy for a minute, want to do it with me?” Carey asked.

However, the pose was a little different this time. Instead of holding their legs up, both Carey and Monroe placed one hand on their head and the other on their hip, causing the audience to scream “awww.”

Carey’s ex-husband and Monroe and Moroccan’s dad Nick Cannon recently opened up about a special moment he’s shared with their daughter.

“My son is tough, but my daughter’s super tough,” Cannon, 37, explained during a segment of Dad Fails with Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown and PEOPLE’s Jeremy Parsons.

“My daughter climbs to the top of the jungle gym and she’s like, ‘Look, Dad!'”

“And I was like, ‘That’s greeaaa… ‘POW!'” Cannon said acting out the incident. “And falls straight , but bounces back up.”

“For the next four hours, I’m like, ‘You’re good? Are you sure? Nothing hurts?’ Like

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See Debbie Gibson in Her Gorgeous Wedding of Dreams Dress

Debbie Gibson is walking down the aisle, but it’s not for real life — it’s for her new TV movie!

The former teen pop star is starring in a new Hallmark original movie, Wedding of Dreams, and is sharing exclusive photos of her on-screen wedding dress with PEOPLE.

The movie is the sequel to the Hallmark Channel’s wildly successful 2016 film Summer of Dreams. In addition to starring in the TV movie, Gibson created and executive-produced it. It was the highest-rated and most-watched movie premiere in the network’s “Summer Nights franchise.”

The film garnered exceptional online buzz, as well. Chatter about Summer of Dreams attracted more interactions on Facebook or Twitter than any other movie premiere that week.

In the first film, pop star Debbie Taylor was on the verge of losing everything when she ran away to suburban Ohio to teach music to a talented group of misfit kids. Along the way, she fell in love with a handsome man played by costar Robert Gant. Her new life taught her that fame isn’t everything. The film was very loosely based on Gibson’s life. 

Now Gibson, 47, is back again. 

She reunites with Gant to continue the romance. While we won’t spoil the film’s outcome, the fact that Gibson ends up wearing a wedding dress should serve as a pretty good clue that things go well.

The film will also feature new original music from Gibson.

Gibson still holds the record for being the youngest artist in history to write, produce and perform a No. 1 hit, “Foolish Beat,” which was released when she was just 17.

In addition to acting, she continues to record and tour while dealing with her Lyme disease that she has battled for years. She also competed on season 25 of Dancing with the Stars.

Wedding of Dreams premieres Saturday, Sept. 8 at 9 p.m. ETon Hallmark Channel.

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Baker Who Won Gay Wedding Cake Case Is Back in Court After Turning Away a Transgender Woman

Baker Who Won Gay Wedding Cake Case Is Back in Court After Turning Away a Transgender Woman

Two months after the Supreme Court ruled in his favor for refusing to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips is back in federal court.

This time, the Colorado baker and his shop are being accused of discrimination by the state of Colorado after refusing to create a blue-and-pink cake for a transgender woman’s birthday.

On Tuesday, a complaint filed by Phillips’ attorneys claimed the cake’s design “would have celebrated messages contrary to his religious belief that sex—the status of being male or female—is given by God, is biologically determined, is not determined by perceptions or feelings, and cannot be chosen or changed.”

They also claimed that the state was on a “crusade to crush” him, adding: “As a devout man of faith, Phillips cannot create custom cakes that express messages or celebrate events in conflict with his religious beliefs. … For exercising his faith this way, Colorado has doggedly pursued Phillips, turning his life upside down.”

Phillips filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday evening against officials in the Colorado Civil Rights Commission (CCRC) and other state officials.

RELATED: Duff Goldman Speaks Out About Gay Wedding Cake Supreme Court Case: ‘This Is Discrimination’

On June 26, 2017, the same day the Supreme Court agreed to hear Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, Denver lawyer Autumn Scardina claims she called Masterpiece Cakeshop with her order.

“They asked what I wanted the cake to look like, and I explained I was celebrating my birthday on July 6, 2017, and that it would also be the 7th year of my transition from male to female,” Scardina said in her complaint filed in July 2017 with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.

“When I explained I am a transsexual and that I wanted my birthday cake to celebrate my transition by having a blue exterior and a pink interior, they told me they will not make the cake based on their religious beliefs,” she stated.

Scardina added, “The woman on the phone did not object to my request for a birthday cake until I told her I was celebrating my transition from male to female. I believe other people who request birthday cakes get to select the color and theme of the cake.”


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Rose Byrne Says Birth of 8-Month-Old Son Rafael Was ‘Quite a Trauma’ on Her Oldest Son Rocco

Rose Byrne Says Birth of 8-Month-Old Son Rafael Was ‘Quite a Trauma’ on Her Oldest Son Rocco

Rose Byrne is opening up about the dynamic between her two sons.

The Peter Rabbit actress — who welcomed her youngest son Rafael in November 2017 — revealed what her and partner Bobby Cannavale‘s life was like now that they have two children under the age of 3.

“It’s pretty hectic. It’s funny that the little guy is a lot more aggressive than the big guy,” Byrne said during an appearance on Live! with Kelly and Ryan on Wednesday. “ just goes in for the tackle and loves to pin down.”

Byrne and Cannavale, also an actor, welcomed their 2-year-old son Rocco in February 2016. The two have been together since 2012.

Of the relationship between her two boys, the Bridesmaids actress revealed Rocco wasn’t too excited about having a brother.

“There was a bit of an adjustment at first,” Byrne said. “Rocco, he didn’t quite get having the brother and he would wake up in the morning and go, ‘No Rafa, no Rafa.'”

She added, “It’s quite a trauma on them, I think, the first few months. It toughens them up, right?”

Cannavale opened up about their home life with two children in December, just one month after Rafael was born.

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RELATED: Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale Welcome a Son

“It’s going great. We’re a… little bit of lack of sleep in the house, but we’re doing well,” the actor told Entertainment Tonight at the time. He is also father to 23-year-old actor Jake Cannavale from a previous relationship.

He also revealed how the couple decided on their son’s name, saying, “I haven’t given one of my children a Latin name yet, so I wanted to honor my mom’s side of the family. And Rafael Nadal had such a great year and we were constantly keeping up with him and watching all of his matches, so we were like, ‘How about Rafa? That goes well with Rocco.’ And that was it.”

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