Eminem’s daughter celebrated her 25th birthday on Christmas Day, and posed for a gorgeous mirror selfie as she thanked fans for their messages.
Eminem‘s daughter Hailie Jade Scott Mathers celebrated her “golden birthday” on Christmas Day, and has thanked fans for their well wishes. “Thank you for all the birthday wishes … feeling so grateful,” she captioned a selfie on her Instagram Story. The brunette beauty rocked a white tank top, white blazer and chocolate brown pants as she smiled for the happy snap in her bathroom. She accessorized with gold hoop earrings, french tip nails, and her hair styled in loose waves.
One day prior, she celebrated the milestone, and rocked a strapless black dress while standing alongside a pair of golden balloons. “25 on the 25th,” she captioned the shot. Nevertheless, she admitted that she had envisioned her 25th birthday going a bit differently. “ Even though this isn’t the ‘golden’ birthday i originally would’ve planned, i know i will still make 25 my year regardless,” the influencer continued. She added, “I feel so blessed & lucky to be here and at this place in my life. merry christmas & happy holidays everyone!!”
Along with her birthday, Hailie also celebrated Christmas on the 25th, and recently shared a snap of herself getting in the holiday spirit! Having returned from her six month social media break in December, she posted a photo of herself buying her first real Christmas tree! “Sooo since I’m back & it’s the most wonderful time of the year…I wanted to share my experience getting my first real Christmas tree,” she began. “This past weekend I went to the cutest little Christmas tree farm & got a tree (& cider from a food truck) and it made me even more excited for the season.”
The brunette beauty wore a pair of light wash jeans, a white top, and a beige jacket with a cream fur trim. Hailie also rocked a pair of brown heeled booties as she pulled her tree in a cart behind her. She continued, “It’s definitely going to be a weird Christmas with everything going on, but it was nice to add a new tradition in when old ones might not be happening.”