Brooke Shields’ Daughter Rowan Rocks Her 1998 Golden Globes Dress To Prom
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In 1998, Brooke Shields’ graced the carpet of Golden Globes in a red strapless dress. She was nominated for best television actress in a musical/comedy series for her show: Suddenly Susan. Fast forward to 2021; the dress is once again given life as Shields’ daughter, Rowan, 18, confidently rocked it to her prom over the weekend.
Yet again, Brooke Shields put her 1998 Golden Globes dress to use. Her daughter Rowan appeared stunning as she rocked it 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. Proud mama.” Shields’ married Husband Chris Henchy captioned her post. The star, mom to 15-year-old daughter Grier gushed as she posed alongside her daughter in one of the photographs.
Shields is a proud mama as nothing could have prepared her more to see her daughter wear the dress to prom.
In 1998, Brooke Shields’ graced the carpet of Golden Globes in this red strapless dress.
However, 55-Years-Old Shields before this had reportedly felt lucky to be still alive. She recently suffered a severe leg injury, which resulted in a subsequent staph infection after two surgeries involving the insertion of metal rods and plates. She also had broken her right femur, falling off a balance board while at a gym in New York in January.
The star is also a mom to 15-year-old daughter Grier and married to Chris Henchy.
“There’s so many things that could’ve happened. I feel so lucky to be alive. I had to stay calm for them (referring to her daughters). My kids asked me if I thought I was going to die. If I can turn it into anything positive, or I can teach my girls, yeah, stuff is going to happen in your life, and how you respond is going to define you, and adversity will reveal you. It won’t make you as much as it will reveal you because you see who you are. You see what you’re made up of.” Shields had told People Magazine.
Before this, Shields learned how to walk again, having broken her right femur, falling off a balance board while at a gym.
She continued insisting that she want women to know that they deserve to feel good about themselves, be healthier, happier and live a bigger life. However, Shields in March had to re-learn how to walk after the ordeal and was quite determined to pull through. If anything, she’s a fighter, and importantly, she so much believes in herself.