Model Danielle Brown and her daughter Mimi Isabella Lee attended In The Night Garden Live on August 15,2010 in London, England. Danielle Brown, who happens to be the sister of singer Melanie Brown, has one child with her boyfriend George Lee.
HA HA! Her and her sister do not look a like. I pesonaly don’t think that don’t loo alike, but if you think so, you don’t agree with a 15 year old.
Cute kid. Didn’t even know she had a kid. She sorta fell off the radar since she left that (UK) soap years ago.
Aww cute mom and daughter.
her daughter’s outfit is so cute and colorful. and the flower in the hair was a nice touch
I wonder what Danielle said to Phoenix Chi’s Dad when she picked the girl up from a visitation with him that made him spit in her face a few years ago?
now why you up in here instigating lol! i bet she got a mouth on her just like her sister Mel B. coulda been any number of things.
Cute, I love their curls!
shes cute I love the lil lady’s outfit
They are so cute,
she is adorable.cute kid.danielle look just like mel b.
Yes, she does look like her sister.
i think she looks like a cross btwn Mel B and Tamara Mowry. Cute baby
I was just gonna post that re reminds me fo Tamera Mowry. She could be the other sister to the Mowry children. Tia (THE GAME)looks a little different from Tamera. This could be her twin.
She’s cute! Love the eyes!!
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