In a new snap shared by mom Christina Aguilera, 3-year-old Summer Rain is rocking her Stella McCartney swan shades, which retail for $160

By Jen Juneau
December 06, 2017 12:25 PM
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Christina Aguilera is nowhere near performing her swan song, but her daughter is prepared for when the day arrives!

Summer Rain was the adorable star on her mom’s Instagram account Tuesday, flashing a smile at the camera in velvet red pajamas and a pair of light pink swan-shaped kids’ sunglasses by Stella McCartney, which retail for $160 and also come in black.

A second photo in the set showed the 3-year-old living up to her nature-inspired name, sporting Stella McCartney Kids’ Will Pink Military Jacket ($210) while posing among flowers and holiday decor.

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Christina Aguilera’s daughter Summer Rain
| Credit: Christina Aguilera/Instagram

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Aguilera shares her daughter with fiancé Matthew Rutler, and is also mom to son Max Liron, 10 next month, from her previous marriage to Jordan Bratman.

And though her kids rarely make an appearance on her Instagram account, the 36-year-old singer and former The Voice coach has been vocal about her own love for the brand her daughter favors.

“We love you @stellamccartney ♥️♥️,” she captioned another Tuesday snap — this time of herself, wearing the Stella McCartney Fur Free Fur Faces Print Coat, available in stores.

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Aguilera opened up in the March issue of Women’s Health about the “long list” of expectations women face to be the perfect parent — plus how her own children have enriched her world.

“They both are the joy of my life,” said the proud mom. “I swear if I hadn’t called her Summer, I would’ve called her Joy because she just lights up a room and she illuminates brightness and happiness.”

Added the singer, “Having children is the ultimate joy, and I love my kids, but women have to find time to nurture themselves. If someone has a baby, the first thing I’m like is, ‘Okay, are you taking care of you?’ “