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Eminem’s Daughter Hailie Jade Buys ‘1st Real Xmas Tree’ As She Admits The Holiday Is Going To Be ‘Weird’

Eminem’s daughter Hailie Scott Mathers has returned to Instagram for the first time in six months, and offered fans a look at her Christmas decorations.

Hailie Scott Mathers, 24, is getting in the holiday spirit! The daughter of rapper Eminem, 48, recently returned from her six month social media break and shared a snap of herself buying her first real Christmas tree! “Sooo since I’m back & it’s the most wonderful time of the year…I wanted to share my experience getting my first real Christmas tree,” she began. “This past weekend I went to the cutest little Christmas tree farm & got a tree (& cider from a food truck) and it made me even more excited for the season.”

The brunette beauty wore a pair of light wash jeans, a white top, and a beige jacket with a cream fur trim. Hailie also rocked a pair of brown heeled booties as she pulled her tree in a cart behind her. She continued, “It’s definitely going to be a weird Christmas with everything going on, but it was nice to add a new tradition in when old ones might not be happening.”

“Wow. Looks like a magazine shoot!” one fan commented, while another offered a fun holiday activity suggestion, “You should have a Harry Potter marathon that really gets me in the Christmas mood too!!” Earlier in the week, Hailie announced her return to social media with a brand new pic of herself wearing a brown zip-up cardigan and a pair of off-white sweat pants. Her adorable pup made an appearance in the background of the snap, by laying on her bed in the background.

Hailie has been laying low for most of this year, however her proud dad opened up about how she was doing on the March 19 episode of Mike Tyson’s podcast Hot Boxin’. “She made me proud for sure. She’s graduated from college. 3.9 [GPA]. It’s crazy,” he said of the 24-year-old who got her degree in psychology from Michigan State University. “No babies, she has a boyfriend, but she’s doing good,” he said, adding that it’s “important to keep your kids grounded.”




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