Chris Brown


Chris Brown really wants to show off his greatest asset: his daughter.

The 25-year-old rapper shared another picture of Royalty on Instagram Wednesday, and it couldn't be cuter. Although you can't really see her face, you get a good glimpse of her profile and the butterfly clips in her hair that have us kind of wanting to bring back that trend...

He captioned the heartwarming photo, "Her... ❤."

It has only been a little while since Brown confirmed his fatherhood with the first pics of his daughter on the picture-sharing platform, but he has been playing the part of daddy for quite sometime. A source dished to E! News that it was never his intention to conceal his daughter; he just wanted to keep his family life private.

"Chris never denied the baby was his," a source said to us. "So it's not like the photo he posted is him admitting anything. He always accepted it. He's just becoming a lot more public about it."

Chris Brown, Instagram


Now that he is ready to introduce his daughter to the world, it seems the he is also ready to open up about being Royalty's dad and his relationship with her mom, Nia.

"Everything is going really well," the insider added. "Chris sees Royalty all the time. He wants [mother] Nia and the baby to move to California to be closer to him. Nia is open to it."

Nia and Royalty live in Houston, but per the insider, are considering moving to be closer to the "Loyal" rapper. But there isn't anything romantic going on between Brown and Nia, which the source told us works in their favor. "Neither Chris nor Nia is interested in a romantic relationship, which makes things easier. He can do what he wants, she can do what she wants—there's no stress about that."

Even though Rihanna's ex has spoken about wanting a son, his little daughter has changed his mind! It turns out Royalty has really become daddy's little girl.

"Chris really loves that little girl," the insider dished. "He is not denying he's the father. He's playful with her and dotes on her."

Too cute!

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