Patti LaBelle’s granddaughter, Leyla Edwards, is winning the web over with her cuteness. The youngster recently promoted her grandma’s famous pies at Wal-Mart.
Leyla’s presentation gave fans authenticity as she stopped midway through to ask her mom if they were in Wal-Mart. The youngster continued promoting her grandmother’s desserts and ended her message by waving her fans goodbye and running away.
“You heard what my granddaughter Leyla said,” Patti LaBelle sad in response to her granddaughter’s video clip. “She wants everyone to know where (Target, Walmart, Giant) they can get her glamma’s @pattisgoodlife items,” the legendary singer shared. “Isn’t she just the cutest?”
Dozens agreed that Leyla Edwards was indeed the absolute cutest. “The best video EVER,” Paula Wharton shared. “Leyla rocked this,” the actress added. “Beautiful, thoughtful, and smart as they come!” Another social media follower wrote, “She is TOO precious.”
Patti LaBelle is grandma to Leyla, who turns five years old next month, and her sister, Gia. The award-winning recording artist also has a grandson, Zuri, who arrived last December. The little one arrived just in time for Christmas. “This holiday season I received one of the best gifts ever … my grandson Zuri, Jr.,” LaBelle shared with her social media fans.
“I can’t wait to spend Christmas with him,” the singer continued. “I am so blessed to have my children, grandchildren, and all of my loved ones! I pray that each and every one of you has a happy, healthy and joy-filled Christmas and New Year!”
Patti LaBelle believes her grandkids are headed for a career in show business. It was during an exclusive interview with PEOPLE magazine in 2019 that the veteran singer revealed her thoughts about her granddaughters becoming entertainers.
“They’re both going to be, I think, show business babies,” Patti LaBelle shared with the media source. “And they’d better do it well,” she added. “Let them be themselves,” LaBelle clarified in reference to the notion of her pressuring her granddaughters to follow in her footsteps. “[I] don’t ever want to have a show business baby who’s forced to be show business,” the singer continued. “Let her fall into it, if that’s her lane.”
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