Fans gushed over Eddie Murphy’s first granddaughter after she flaunted her short brown curly locks in an Instagram photo.
Eddie Murphy is famously known as a Hollywood comedian and father to ten children. Last year, he became a first-time grandfather after his son, Miles Murphy and his partner Carly Olivia, welcomed their first daughter, Evie Isla.
Evie has since been the center of her parents’ life, often appearing on her mom’s social media profile. Recently, Carly shared yet another photo of her adorable little angel playing outdoors.
In an Instagram post, the proud mom shared a series of photos of Evie walking on the grass. The cute toddler donned a black onesie and fluffy black slides while gazing at the camera.
Several fans and followers could not help but gush over the little one’s “cuteness,” including Evie’s grandmother, Nicole Murphy, who said, “That’s my heart.”
Evie was born on July 2, 2019, a little less than a year after Eddie’s tenth child, Max Charles, came. The “Coming to America” star shares Max with his fiancee, Paige Butcher, along with their first kid together, Izzy Oona.
Despite having ten children, Eddie managed to maintain an impressive career in Hollywood with several successful films.
Max and Izzy are the youngest among their siblings, Bria, Shayne, Zola, Bella, and Miles, who the actor shares with Nicole. He is also a father to Eric, Christian, and Angel, whom he shares with Paulette McNeely, Tamara Hood, and Mel B, respectively. On being a father-of-ten, according to the actor:
“Men kind of look at me like, ‘He’s crazy. How much did that [expletive] cost?’ And women, it’s kind of like something sexy about it, I think. [They think], ‘Eddie Murphy must be doing his thing.”
Despite having ten children, Eddie managed to maintain an impressive career in Hollywood with several successful films, such as “Coming To America,” “Dolemite is My Name,” and “Norbit.”
However, only recently did the actor win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, after appearing on “Saturday Night Live.”
Eddie filmed his acceptance speech from home amid the pandemic and shared that it has been 40 years since he began “Saturday Night Live” and is grateful for such honor.
The 59-year-old thanked the show’s cast members, crew, writers, and creators for their hard work while working with him. Eddie hosted the 2019 Christmas special of SNL during the show’s 40th anniversary.