Gabrielle Union and her stepdaughter Zaya are dancing their way through quarantine!
The Bring It On star, 47, shared a photo of the duo mid-leap on Instagram Friday, both with huge smiles on their faces.
The actress captioned the joyful shot with two heart emojis.
On Thursday, Zaya shared a slow-motion video of their dance session, keeping her caption simple with “👑 👗 🌇.”
The pair showed off their dance moves from a back porch in the sunshine. Union wore a denim dress with white All Birds sneakers, while Zaya wore a camouflage t-shirt and army green shorts.
Zaya joined Union and her dad, Dwyane Wade, at the 2020 Truth Awards in March to mark her first red carpet appearance since she went public with her transition in February.
For that outing, Zaya wore a bright green tuxedo jacket paired with black pants, a pink sash and black boots. Both Wade and Union coordinated their looks to compliment Zaya’s and sporting matching jewelry.
“It was really important for Zaya’s first red carpet to be celebrating black excellence in her community, real allies show up,” Union said during her speech at the event.
“It goes beyond tweets and retweets and a check here and there,” the Breaking In star continued. “You have to show up and show what actual leadership looks like. You need to know when to shut the hell up and pass the microphone like I’m about to do right now.”
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The Miami Heat alum shared a sweet post on Instagram the day of the event celebrating his daughter.
“Everyone allow her to re-introduce herself her name is Zaya Wade!” he wrote in the caption alongside a photo of Zaya showing off her red carpet outfit. “Last night was Zaya’s first red carpet and we couldn’t have been prouder of how she handled the questions that were asked of her. She has emerged as one of the young faces and voices for the LGBTQ+ community.”
In an interview with PEOPLE in February, Wade said that he hopes to see Zaya reach her “full potential.”
“As I’m raising [Zaya], as I’m raising my kids, you just try to put them in the best situations to be able to succeed in life,” the father said. “How I do that, and how me and my wife decide to do that, may be different than another family, but we want them to know there’s always unconditional love, that it will always be support.”
“We’ve got you, no matter what,” the athlete added. “And we see you. … I see you how you see you.”
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