True Whitaker,12, and Sonnet Whitaker,14, the daughters of actor Forest Whitaker, posed at the 2011 Children’s Dream Awards at Club Nokia on February 23, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.
True Whitaker was an award recipient. Congrats True!
SONNET LOOKS JUST LIKE HER FATHER, FOREST.
These girls are so cute!!! I love Forrest Whittaker as an actor. He is so humble and a great actor.
Beautiful young females dressed in age appropriate attire. In looking at their overall appearance/expressions one can’t help but notice puberty/adolescence )
Very pretty little ladies. So refreshing to see little girls looking like little girls.
boy if the one on the right don’t look like Forrest junior lol! spitting image of her dad, eyes and all. the younger one looks like mom, with dad’s skin tone. i love that she still looks like a little girl, not all in a hurry to look grown.
I agree, She looks just like him, especially the eyes & nose!
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Love the Whitakers….One of my fav hollywood families and their daughter are pretty and look like grounded young ladies.
True looks like a brown version of her mother, and Sonnet looks just like her a cuter version of her Dad…looks like she slimmed down some as well, cute girls!
Aww they are so pretty….the oldest looks like her father and the younger girl looks like mom.
Love the Whitakers…One of my favourite Hollywood family.
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