Vice President Kamala Harris’ adorable great-nieces were seen taking a selfie while bundled up in furry jackets made to match the coat their great-aunt wore as a child in 1972 before they fell asleep on their parents during Wednesday’s inauguration.
While sitting next to former president Barack Obama, four-year-old Amara and two-year-old Leela were spotted taking a selfie with their father, Nikolas Ajagu.
Donning matching outfits, including faux fur plush leopard coats, the little girls were also seen taking a nap in the arms of their mother, Meena Harris, 36, and their father.
Their coats were custom made by iloveplum, a female-founded children’s wear startup in New York City, ‘as an ode to their great aunt Kamala’.
‘When iloveplum heard back from Meena and that she loved the coats they had sketched, their designer spent the past weekend sewing them from hand! They were custom made in Oakland, California, for both girls.
According to the company, the coats will be named ‘Kamala’ and made available to order from www.iloveplum.com soon.
Following the inauguration, Meena shared another image of her daughters wearing their cute coats.
‘Special coats to look just like Auntie’s,’ Meena wrote in the caption.
Meena also shared an image of the new vice president when she was just a child in 1972. Harris is seen in the image wearing a similar jacket as her great-nieces wore on Wednesday.
Amara, Leela, Meena and Ajagu were also all wearing evolvetogether face masks. The Milan mask has been favored by numerous celebrities including Katie Holmes, Emily Ratajkowski, Bella Hadid, Angelina Jolie and Miley Cyrus.
Meena Harris, is the daughter of the vice president’s younger sister, Maya Harris, who also seen with the little girls throughout the ceremony.