She loves going to the Happiest Place On Earth with her girls. And Vanessa Bryant was the picture of bliss as she enjoyed another day at the Disneyland with her daughters Natalia, 18, Capri, two, and Bianka, four.
In photos posted to her Instagram on Sunday, Vanessa, 39, had the time of her life exploring the epic amusement park in Southern California with her family.
Natalia was every inch the doting big sister as she carried her youngest sister Capri against her hip while simultaneously keeping an eye on Bianka.
Even with her hands full, Natalia made it all look easy as she beamed with joy towards the camera. Natalia was every inch the doting big sister as she carried her youngest sister Capri against her hip while simultaneously keeping an eye on Bianka.
Even with her hands full, Natalia made it all look easy as she beamed with joy towards the camera. One heart-warming video captured Vanessa gushing over her daughter as they approached It’s A Small World.
‘What is it called?’ Vanessa asked her daughter, who said the name of the ride. ‘Small World! Yeah mama! I love you!’ she gushed.
The Disneyland trip comes not long after Vanessa settled her wrongful death lawsuit against Island Express, the company that owned the doomed helicopter in the crash that killed her husband Kobe, daughter Gigi and seven others in January 2020.
The star’s legal team recently filed a ‘a notice of settlement’ with the court, with the terms of said settlement remaining ‘confidential.’
The court still has to sign off on the settlement, according to legal documents obtained by TMZ last month. Bryant, his daughter Gianna, John Altobelli, 56, the baseball coach at Orange Coast College, his wife, Keri Altobelli and their daughter Alyssa Altobelli were killed in the crash on January 26.
Also killed were Christina Mauser, a basketball coach at the nearby Harbor Day School, where Gianna attended, Payton Chester, a middle-school student and Sarah Chester, Payton’s mother.