Brooke Burke, 52, took to Instagram to share new pictures along with her lookalike daughter Sierra, 21, after a fun-filled weekend. The tv host and the faculty pupil confirmed off informal appears as they posed throughout the dad and mom weekend festivities on the College of Southern California, the place Sierra is learning. Brooke flaunted her college delight in a USC tank high and pink and yellow T-shirt whereas Sierra wore a sleeveless pink crop high.
Each girls had their lengthy hair down and for essentially the most half, however in a single photograph, Brooke will be seen along with her hair tied again as she wears a tan solar hat with a white floral attachment. Brooke’s fiance, Scott Rigsby, was additionally in attendance and wore his personal USC shirt.
“Weekend photograph dump. Household, soccer & #toomuchfun @uscedu so pleased with you @sierraskyfisher 💛❤️dad and mom weekend 🥱🏈 then the #beerbong occurred ,” Brooke captioned the submit. Though she turned the feedback part off, the submit acquired over 7K likes.
This isn’t the primary time we’ve seen Brooke and Sierra, whose father is Garth Fisher, collectively. Their shut bond is clear within the numerous occasions they attend collectively. Along with Sierra, Brooke is a mother to her three different youngsters, together with Neriah, whose dad can be Garth, and Heaven, and Shaya, whose dad is David Charvet. After divorcing in 2018, Brooke began her romance with Scott in 2019.
When she’s not spending time along with her youngsters, Brooke is working arduous at sustaining a wholesome life-style. The actress spoke out about what it was like turning 50 again in 2022 and defined how she retains having “compassion and love and beauty” for herself.
“I feel it’s human. I feel it’s actual. I feel this inside dialogue is actually affecting us. I turned 50 this yr, I might concentrate on the whole lot that nobody else is even noticing. It’s simply how we’re as ladies,” she advised HollywoodLife. “It’s actually vital that we’re variety to ourselves and that we deal with ourselves with compassion and love and beauty. Simpler stated than executed, however hopefully if we make it a follow, the way in which that we speak to ourselves.”