Kobe and Vanessa Bryant introduce their fourth child to the world: 'Here’s our sweet baby girl!'
The image, taken by photographer Ana Brandt, shows Capri Kobe Bryant sleeping swaddled in a pastel pink blanket against a pink and white backdrop.
Kobe Bryant and his wife Vanessa have just introduced their youngest daughter to the world.
Capri Kobe Bryant was welcomed to the world on June 20. The basketball legend's wife shared a heartwarming picture of her baby on Thursday, alongside the caption, "Here’s our sweet baby girl! Capri Kobe Bryant 6/20/19."
The image, taken by photographer Ana Brandt, shows Capri sleeping swaddled in a pastel blanket against a pink and white backdrop. With a hair band over her dark hair, the little bundle of joy looks absolutely comfortable and peaceful.
The news of the happy arrival of the couple's fourth daughter and her name were revealed on June 21, Daily Mail reports.
Kobe and Vanessa, who have been married since 2001, are also parents to daughters Natalia, 16, Gianna, 13, Bianka, two.
"We are beyond excited that our baby girl 'Koko' has arrived #BryantBunch #4princesses #blessed," Kobe wrote on Friday, with Vanessa adding, "So thankful for our newest baby blessing."
Kobe had revealed during Vanessa's fourth pregnancy that the couple were trying for a son in a bid to "complete" their family.
In 2003, their first child Natalia Diamante Bryant came into this world.
In 2005, Vanessa suffered a miscarriage due to an ectopic pregnancy.
The following year, their second daughter Gianna Maria-Onore Bryant was born.
In 2011, Vanessa filed for divorce from Kobe citing irreconcilable differences, before the couple requested joint custody of their daughters. But they put their differences aside and got back together in 2013.
In 2016, they welcomed their third child Bianka Bella.
The duo first met in 1991 when the NBA star was 21 and Vanessa just 17. Six months later in May 2000, they became engaged while Vanessa was still a senior at Marina High School in Huntington Beach, California. She later finished high school through independent study.