Brooke Shields' daughter wore the model's iconic red Golden Globes dress to prom

Brooke Shields' daughter wore the model's iconic red Golden Globes dress to prom
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Brook Shields at the 1998 Golden Globes. Ron Galella, Ltd./Contributor/Getty Images
  • Brooke Shields cut an iconic figure in a strapless red dress for the 1998 Golden Globes.

  • The model and actor on Saturday posted a photo of her daughter wearing the same gown to prom.

  • Shields has been outspoken about the body-positivity approach she takes with her daughters.

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When model and actress Brooke Shields was nominated for a Golden Globe in 1998, she wore a red strapless dress. On Saturday, she shared a photo of her daughter, Rowan Francis Henchy, wearing the same gown to her prom.

"I thought it was a special night when I was nominated for a Golden Globe and wore this dress in 1998, but nothing could have prepared me to see my daughter wearing it to her prom," she captioned the photo. "Proud mama!"

In addition to the sweet mother-daughter photo, Rowan posed with her hands on her hips for a shot that mimicked Shields' red carpet look.

Shields shares two daughters, Rowan, 18, and Grier Hammond Henchy, 15, with her screenwriter husband Chris Henchy.

The mother of two told People in 2019 about how she's navigated conversations about body positivity with her daughters.

"Their bodies are so important to them," the Calvin Klein model told People. "Whatever you say is heard, so you have to really be careful how you say whatever it is you're saying to girls in particular."

"They're so much more mature than I was," she told Porter in 2018. "So much more confident in their own bodies. They have the same stubbornness and strength that I do, but are more well-adjusted. I am jealous as all hell about that. But, of course, I created it."

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