Cardi B's daughter Kulture makes her red carpet debut

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Photo credit: Rich Fury
Photo credit: Rich Fury

From Cosmopolitan

Cardi B made her fans wait a full six months before sharing the very first picture of her adorable daughter Kulture, but fast forward a year and a half and the two-year-old is now hitting red carpets and everything.

Cardi, who welcomed Kulture with Migos rapper Offset in July 2018, recently took her little girl with her to Teyana Taylor's album listening party in Beverly Hills where the pair posed together for photos. Already showing off some major style credentials, Kulture looked all kinds of cute with a big yellow bow in her hair and wearing a rainbow dress.

Before heading to the listening party, the rapper and proud mum shared a shot of her daughter on Instagram and wrote alongside it: "When I see you I know I did something right for a blessing like you."

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Cardi - real name Belcalis Almánzar - regularly shares snaps of Kulture's outfits with her Instagram followers, including shots of her wearing head-to-toe Gucci and Chanel. Next to a boomerang of Kulture rocking one of her Gucci looks, Cardi wrote: "Mom life, I’m about that! Styled by Mommy."

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But it wasn't always designer lewks for Kulture, as Cardi previously told W Magazine five months after she was born: "My daughter don’t have no style right now.

"She loves to throw up on everything - I’m sorry. My daughter might end up with a Gucci outfit and then the rest of her three outfits - because she wears four different outfits a day - might be from Target. She just throws up on everything."

The trendy tot has come a long way since then!

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