Mariah Carey’s Tribeca Tot

Mariah Carey carries her baby daughter Monroe while out and about in Tribeca, NYC

Mom-of-two Mariah Carey was all smiles with her 1 1/2-year-old daughter Monroe in the Tribeca neighborbood of New York City on Monday (October 22). The American Idol judge rocked a black dress and heeled boots, while her daughter looked pretty in pastels.

Earlier this month, we saw the Grammy Award-winning singer, 42, and husband Nick Cannon, 32, with the twins – including son Moroccan – at Santa Monica Pier.

Nick recently weighed in on Mariah’s feud with fellow American Idol judge and rapper Nicki Minaj.

“There’s always drama but I think she is enjoying it,” he said. “She’s enjoying being able to connect with these young talented people.”

“In her mind this is kind of her dream in return because she started off as a teenager and there was no American Idol,” he added. “So she had to wait tables. Sleep in people’s cars.”

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  1. Courtney

    get your info right Nick turned 32 on October 8th. Monroe is a doll

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  2. anonymous

    she is so cute

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  3. SMH

    I loved when my nephew was a baby and had those same frames (in blue of course)!

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  4. Anon

    “In her mind this is kind of her dream in return because she started off as a teenager and there was no American Idol,” he added. “So she had to wait tables. Sleep in people’s cars.”

    And most other singers will have to do the same. American Idol is as much a shot in the dark as meeting Tommy Mottola at a party.

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  5. Anonymous

    She just had to sleep with Mottola to be made into a star and be bought #1s.

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