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Eminem’s daughter Hailie is so grown up – see the stunning pictures!

by Hanna Fillingham

Eminem’s beloved daughter Hailie Scott Mathers is all grown up! After her dad shot to fame as a rapper back in the late nineties, Hailie, then just a little girl, was made a household name through her dad’s music, with him dedicating many of his songs, including Mockingbird and Hailie’s Song, to his adored daughter. Now, at the age of 21, Hailie is a university student, studying at the Michigan State University. Regularly sharing snippets of her life with her 177,000 Instagram followers, Hailie looks to be having a wonderful time, posting photos of her puppy, adorable throwback snaps to her childhood and inspiring quotes.

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Couldn't have asked for a better 21st birthday celebration (or a better guy to have by my side)

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Hailie celebrated her birthday with her boyfriend

Hailie also appears to have a boyfriend, having uploaded a sweet photo of the pair a few months ago when celebrating her 21st birthday. Captioning the picture, she wrote: “Couldn't have asked for a better 21st birthday celebration (or a better guy to have by my side).”

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Yes my pants match my closet & yes Lottie's entitled to photobomb on puppy day

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Hailie posted a sweet photo of her and her dog, Lottie

Hailie’s mum, Kim Scott, married Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III, back in 1999, divorcing two years later in 2001. The couple then remarried briefly in 2006, with their turbulent relationship inspiring many of Eminem’s most popular songs.

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Eminem's daughter shared a sweet throwback photo from her childhood - looking how many fans still remember her as!

Clearly close to both her parents, Hailie paid tribute to them after graduating from her high school, Chippewa Valley High School, Michigan, with honours back in 2004. After receiving an Academic Excellence Award and a Department of Psychology Award, she wrote on her school website of her biggest influences: “My mother and father are because they have pushed me to be the person I am and have given me all the support to achieve what I have.”

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