Laeticia Hallyday & Jade: Retail Bonding In Beverly Hills

Laeticia Hallyday & Jade: Retail Bonding In Beverly Hills

Laeticia Hallyday and her daughter Jade, 7, did a little mother-daughter bonding over the aisles at chic boutique Maxfields in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Tuesday (February 21).

The 36-year-old wife of French singer/actor Johnny Hallyday was dressed in a t-shirt, blazer and ground-skimming bellbottoms. And it looks like Jade is well on her way to being a fashionista as well, in her very-grown-up pink heels.

Johnny – who also has a daughter Joy, 3, with Laeticia – has been embroiled in a very pubic lawsuit with a French surgeon since 2009. It was just announced that the two parties have reached a settlement in the case.

The singer became seriously ill after the operation by Dr Stéphane Delajoux at a Paris clinic and had to be urgently admitted to a private Los Angeles hospital. Several shows on Johnny’s tour had to be cancelled in early 2010 due to the singer’s health and the lawsuit became headline news in France.

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  1. Anabelle

    Poor girl. Only seven-years-old and she already looks ready to be one of the next crop of unbearable rich celebrity brats.

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  2. Anonymous

    Very pretty girl. Not sure about the heels tho.

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  3. Nina87

    I wish they would stop showing this family. They’re odious, over-the-top bling bling French “celebrities” that live in LA to get photographed more. Laeticia is famous for absolutely nothing appart from being a huge gold-digger (Johnny is 32 years older than her) and this is his 5th marriage. Sorry for the rant, but his music stinks too :) I’m French by the way…

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  4. anonymous

    I hate heels on kids it’s not cute, I just don’t see the appeal of them that makes some parents buy them for their kids, it’s not Holloween it’s not part of a costum I just don’t get it.

    Don’t get me wrong I love heel I wear them a lot but their is no way in h*ll that I’m going to buy them for my 4 year old daughter, I don’t even like them on pr teens.

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