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Vanessa Bryant Shares Stunning Modeling Photos Of Daughter, Natalia: 'Daddy Would Be So Happy'

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By Mike Walters

Kobe Bryant's widow just shared stunning photos of the couple's daughter, Natalia, as she begins her modeling career -- saying her father would be 'so happy' she was following her dreams.

Natalia Bryant recently signed with IMG Models and launched her career after announcing she would be headed to Oregon University in the fall.

It appears Natalia just took part in one of her first photoshoots, and the behind-the-scenes footage and pictures can only be described as magical!

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See The Jaw-Dropping Photos!

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"My baby (with makeup) 😁❤️ #grown @nataliabryant ❤️ Daddy would be so happy that you’re pursuing your modeling career now that you’re 18. You’re beautiful inside and out. We love you," Vanessa Bryant captioned the stunning photos!

In the stunning pics, Natalia is fully glammed up and shooting with photographers in several different outfits. Bottom line, she is GORGEOUS!

A few of the family's famous friends flooded their IG's -- like Olivia Munn, who wrote, "I’m truly OBSESSED. That face 😍."

❤️❤️🙌🙌 I literally just looked at this and said out loud OH MY GOD !! So stunning - perfect mix of her mama and dad !! ❤️, Jeff Leatham added.

See The Mind-Blowing Shots!

Behind-The-Scenes Footage Of Natalia's Modeling Session!

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Singer Ciara dropped in a comment saying, "Killin it! So pretty❤️."

"Omg you’re daughter is SO PRETTY JUST LIKE HER PARENTS Stunning. She is such a beautiful mix of you and your husband. ❤️" a few fans added.

Natalia Bryant added beautiful behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot -- where she is sporting an animal print sweater and sheer black top. "BTS from today!!" she said excitedly.

The modeling photoshoot comes on the heels of Vanessa Bryant opening up about the deaths of her famous husband and the couple's daughter.

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Vanessa Bryant Opens Up About The Tragic Accident

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It's been almost 14 months since the deadly accident, and Vanessa is reflecting on the days following that dreadful day.

"I can't say that I'm strong every day," she told People Magazine.

She continued, "I can't say that there aren't days when I feel like I can't survive to the next. This pain is unimaginable [but] you just have to get up and push forward. Lying in bed crying isn't going to change the fact that my family will never be the same again. But getting out of bed and pushing forward is going to make the day better for my girls and for me. So that's what I do."

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