Cardi B is a proud mama celebrating her first-born’s third birthday.
The rapper shared a throwback photo on Instagram yesterday to celebrate her daughter Kulture‘s third birthday. The pic shows one-month-old Kulture dressed in a yellow-and-white crochet onesie, laying on a matching blanket in a white and gold crib. Cardi captioned the pic, “Forever my little baby 💛⭐️🥺My cancer queen 👑.”
Kulture received birthday wishes from her mom’s famous friends in the comments. Chloe Bailey wrote, “happy birthday kulture 😍😍,” and Lizzo commented, “Happy bday to ya baby!!!”
Cardi’s husband, Offset, also took to Instagram to honor Kulture’s birthday. The Migos rapper shared a video of himself dancing with Kulture, with Cardi watching in the background. “Happy Birthday @kulturekiari my baby girl turning Big 3 omg too fast you have so much character and joy about yourself we always have a ball and you love your daddy and daddy loves you too,” the caption reads.
The couple also continued their tradition of throwing Kulture an extravagant birthday party, which Cardi documented through Instagram stories. The stories showed Kulture dressed in a pink princess dress and tiara as she traveled to her fairytale-themed party in a carriage. The three-year-old was all smiles on the carriage ride, and later as she rode a unicorn into the party and danced with her mother, who wore a matching pink dress.
Cardi B and Kulture previously shared a mother-daughter matching moment in Cardi’s recent maternity portrait. The rapper announced that she’s pregnant with her second child with Offset at the 2021 BET Awards last month. Cardi wrote a sweet message to Kulture in the caption of the maternity portrait, which showed Kulture holding her hand against her mother’s belly.
“I just know these two will love each other soo much and argue soo much since they’re 3 years apart…just like me and Henny 😩,” Cardi shared, referencing her own younger sister, Hennessy Carolina. “But one thing for sure is they’ll have each other’s back like no one else ever will 🙏🏽🙏🏽.”
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US