- Nana Ama McBrown and her daughter, Baby Maxin, recently attended a birthday party for Afia Schwar's daughter, Pena
- The mother and daughter turned up at Pena's birthday in style and stole the show
- Videos from the party show McBrown and Maxin twinning in Jordan sneakers
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Star actress, Nana Ama McBrown, and her daughter, Baby Maxin, gave fashion goals as they attended the birthday party of Afia Schwarzenegger's daughter, Pena.
Pena turned six-years-old on 11 July. In celebration, her mother organised a party for her.
The party turned out out to be a star-studded event as many of Afia Schwar's friends passed through to celebrate with the little girl.
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Among the stars who attended the party were McBrown and her daughter, and they came with some swagger and style.
In videos from the party sighted by YEN.com.gh, the mother and daughter can be seen twinning in pink and white-coloured Jordan sneakers.
As McBrown wore a white top over a pair of leggings, Baby Maxin also wore a white top with a pair of leggings. They also had similar-looking face shields.
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Apart from their lovely appearance, McBrown and Baby Maxin also stole the show with the presents they gave to Pena. They gave the celebrant two big boxes of goodies as a birthday gift.
Another look at the mother and daughter:
Meanwhile, Nana Ama McBrown recently shared a new funny video with Baby Maxin mimicking her mother as she had her rigorous training session.
Baby Maxin's actions got many of her mother's followers laughing on social media.
Earlier, Baby Maxin also stirred funny reactions after she was spotted in another hilarious video chewing chicken like an adult at the birthday party of her sister, Phoebe.
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