- Ryleigh Madison Hampton left social media users impressed after she recreated Beyoncé’s Adidas x Ivy Park collection
- In the photo montage shared on Instagram, the 4-year-old is seen posing in six outfits similar to the singer’s
- Only a few months ago, Ryleigh went viral for her cute recreation of Michelle Obama’s inauguration look
When it comes to a list of celebrities who receive the most love, Beyoncé unarguably comes top. Joining the singer’s beehive is adorable 4-year-old model, Ryleigh Madison Hampton.
Little Ryleigh left fans in awe when she recreated the singer’s showcase of her latest Adidas x Ivy Park collection.
The series of photo in the montage shows Ryleigh doing similar poses to Beyoncé, in various brown and beige outfits just like the singer.
Posting the photo in which she tagged the singer, she stated that she needs the looks in size 4T.
"They didn’t have these IVY PARK x ICY PARK looks in my size, so we had to make our own @beyonce We NEED these in a 4T!"
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Ryleigh's aunt, Zoe Hampton, who creatively directed the photoshoot told GMA:
"We were inspired to do this photoshoot when we saw Beyoncé's beautiful Ivy Park x Icy Park line. The clothes and her looks were absolutely amazing, but they were not in Ryleigh's size. We thought it would be a really fun idea to try to recreate these looks. Ryleigh is always singing along to Beyonce's song 'Brown Skin Girl,' and we knew she would be more than happy to do this shoot."
Briefly.co.za recently reported on a five-year-old girl who has been trending online for her attempts in dressing like black celebrities in America. The young internet sensation started dressing up and emulating African celebrities last year, with her mother sharing them on social media.
According to her mother, the daughter started doing the videos last year and the response was so overwhelming so they decided to do it again this year.
Rosie kicked off this month emulating the political icon Stacey Abrams who was one of the key persons who helped President Joe Biden clinch black votes in the state of Georgia.
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