Vanessa Bryant is creating some sweet Easter memories with her daughters!
Late Sunday, the 37-year-old mom shared adorable photos featuring her three daughters dressed to the nines for the holiday. One snapshot featured her oldest, Natalia, 17, holding Capri, 9 months. The other showed Vanessa herself with a camera hanging from her neck, wrapping her arms around 3-year-old Bianka.
The Instagram post had no caption, but friends and fans alike were quick to show their support.
"Beautiful girls! Praying daily for you. Happy Easter!" wrote one fan.
"Thank you for sharing these beautiful pics," added another. "Love and hugs."
On Saturday, Bryant posted another sweet Instagram of her two youngest smashing open a decorative egg. In the video, Bianka uses a mallet to break a hole through the festive treat with her mom's help to unveil plenty of chocolate as a yummy pre-holiday surprise.
“Easter Treats!🐰🥚” Bryant captioned the video. “Bianka & Capri 💕Thank you @jeffleatham.”
Bianka and Capri even enjoyed the pre-Easter activity before they found out about the sweet treat waiting for them inside. While Bianka was doing most of the hard work, Capri can be seen watching from afar, excited to see what was to come.
Fans were quick to comment on how cute the video was, sharing their celebratory wishes for the Bryant family ahead of the holiday.
“Adorable!” Leyla Milani-Khoshbin, a model and TV host, commented. “Love their smiles.”
Another commenter wrote, “Bianka trying to say chocolate in Spanish (is) the cutest thing ever."
"Sending love to you V and those beautiful babies," two-time WNBA champ Lisa Leslie wrote with a series of hearts.
Bryant has been keeping her life fairly private since the untimely death of her husband, Kobe Bryant, and their 13-year-old daughter, Gianna. The former NBA star was posthumously elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame just two months after his tragic passing.
She spoke to ESPN after her late husband's election was announced, sharing her gratitude alongside Natalia.
"It's an incredible accomplishment and honor, and we are extremely proud of him," Bryant told ESPN.
She continued, "Obviously, we wish that he was here with us to celebrate, but it's definitely the peak of his NBA career and every accomplishment that he had as an athlete was a stepping stone to be here.'
"We are incredibly proud of him, and there's some solace in knowing that he was probably going to be a part of the 2020 Hall of Fame class," she said.