Eminem’s daughter Hailie Jade dazzles in black minidress and knee-high boots

Eminem and his ex-wife Kim Scott’s daughter Hailie Jade has taken to Instagram to share a dazzling snap with fans as she struck a pose while out in public.

In the snap, the 25 year old rocked a classic black minidress which hugged her incredible hourglass figure and featured a daring open back.

She teamed the cable knit bodycon dress with a pair of designer beige leather knee-high boots to add an extra dash of glamour to the look.

Accessorising her look, she layered a matching black jacket which she casually draped over her arm as she posed for the snap.

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The social media influencer opted for a full face of light makeup for the glamorous shoot with a swipe of mascara on her luscious long eyelashes.

To display the intricate open back of the dress, Hailie pulled her long locks back into a crocodile clip with a few front sections pulled loose to frame her face.

She simply captioned the glamorous snap with a trio of black love heart emojis to match her ensemble.

And her loyal legion of fans soon flooded her comments section with a wave of complimentary comments online.

One user penned: “Hailie where are the boots from? Sooo [four fire emojis].”

Another added: “Them squats payin off babe damn” with a heart eyes emoji.

Yet others were more hesitant to compliment the blonde belle out of fear that her rapper father would have something to say if they insulted her.

One fan noted: “Everyone too scared to mention what they really feeling” with a cry laughing face.

Another added: “I would say something, but don’t wanna be MGK’ed” with four cry laughing emojs.

It comes after TMZ reported her loving mum Kim was hospitalised after she attempted suicide in August.

According to the publication, police and emergency services responded to a call regarding a 46-year-old suicidal person at Kim’s family home in Michigan.

It is believed deputies were called to the home because medics were unable to assess the situation due to “combative and violent” behaviour.

For emotional support you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email [email protected], visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.

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