DAVID Spade posted a rare photo of his 12-year-old daughter Harper.
The comedian shares his daughter with Playboy model Jillian Grace.
The 56-year-old took to Instagram on Monday to share a rare photo of Harper and his mother.
The family smiled for a selfie, as David held up the camera and his mom and Harper leaned in for the photo.
David simply captioned the post: “With mom and Harper about to put the hurt on Houstons.”
Harper seems to be all grown up, as she wore her long blond hair down as rocked a long-sleeve yellow sweater and denim shorts.
A number of David’s followers took to the comments section to compliment his family, wie ein Fan schrieb: “Mom and Harper are so pretty.”
Another added that he is a “great son and father,” während ein dritter einstimmte: “Beautiful ladies.”
Zurück im September, David celebrated National Daughters Day by sharing a schnappen of him and Harper.
Alongside the sweet photo, er schrieb: “#nationaldaughterday . Look its Harper! Der beste. Heres us chilling at McDonald’s after Sadies bat mitzvah ?”
David shares Harper with ex Jillian, 35.
The Grown Ups star and Playboy model only dated for a few months, though their short-lived romance didn’t stop them from welcoming Harper in 2008.
The 12-year-old is the comedian’s only child.
David told fans not to get their hopes up, Aufschlussreich: “I thought it’s just a funny idea because… it’s more fun to think of who the casting would be. Joe Exotic said me or Brad Pitt. and I think I know which way it’s gonna head.”
After joking he had no chance of landing the role against Brad, er machte weiter: “I see Brad at auditions all the time and it’s always tense. You know what Brad does? He brings his Oscar to auditions now, which I don’t think you’re allowed to do that in SAG.”
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The Benchwarmers star did say Brad is not the right person to play Joe Exotic.
David fügte hinzu: “I think Joe is a little too squirrelly for Brad. That might be wishful thinking, Brad is so studly and I’m a little more squirrelly.”
The comments came after directors Rebecca Chaiklin and Eric Goode claimed Joe had two actors in mind to play him if the docuseries is made into a movie or a TV show.
Rebecca told Der Hollywood-Reporter: “He would like Brad Pitt or David Spade to play him.”