Holly Robinson Peete and her daughter, Ryan, put their mother-daughter union on display at the 45th NAACP Image Awards.
Holly was sure to point out on Instagram and to interviewers at the awards ceremony that it wasn’t until she co-wrote My Brother Charlie with Ryan in 2010 that she won an NAACP trophy. “After 13 noms over the years it took co writing #MyBrotherCharlie with my then 12-year-old daughter to get a [an award] in 2010! #proudmommy,” wrote the star on her Instagram page. Robinson-Peete told reporters that her award from 2010 was in the car for good luck just before heading into this year’s ceremony.
The NAACP Awards honors the most influential African Americans in the nation, giving them acclamation and a keepsake for their many contributions to society. This year’s ceremony was held on Saturday, February 22, 2014 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.