Her mother would be proud of her!
From such an early age, Anna Nicole Smith's daughter, Dannielynn Birkhead had no choice but to being raised in the spotlight. Her ex-Playmate/model mother with the ditzy demeanor that everyone loved had become one of the leading reality stars right out of the gate, but was tragically met with a fate no one saw coming — sources claiming that she ultimately died of a broken heart.
Dannielynn was only five months old when her mother passed away at the age of 39, but today, with the help and guidance of her doting father, Larry Birkhead, she’s turned into quite a beautiful young lady. Read on to see what Dannielynn’s been up to!
Anna Nicole Smith (left) and Dannielynn Birkhead (right). (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Where does Dannielynn live now?
Dannielynn is living the good and simple life with her single dad in Kentucky. According to E News, Larry has purposely kept his daughter out of the spotlight, "I do that on purpose because it takes away the chase, it takes away the curiosity, it takes away the false stories."
How old is Dannielynn now?
Can you believe Dannielynn is already 10 years old, turning 11 in September. Just recently, Dannielynn and her father were seen at this year’s Kentucky Derby, which they have attended every year in honor of it being the place where Larry and Anna first met.
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Will Dannielynn pursue a modeling career like her mother?
Never say never! Although Larry says he much rather have his daughter live a normal kid’s life, she did try her hand at posing in front of the camera. In 2013, at the age of 6, Dannielynn modeled for Guess Kids, much like her mother did back in the ‘90s for the Guess brand. “Dannielynn has the same playful spirit that her mother had on a set,” assured Guess creative director Paul Marciano.
How much is Dannielynn worth?
Dannielynn has a net worth of $10 million dollars.
Was “Dannielynn” always going to be her original name?
The little girl was named after her half-brother Daniel Wayne Smith, who passed away of a drug overdose in 2006. Coincidence or not, Hope is her middle name — and has brought much of it to her father.