WATCH: Hayden Kho and Vicki Belo take ballet lesson to inspire Scarlet Snow
Hayden Kho and Vicki Belo are both doting parents to the ever-lovable Scarlet Snow, who at 3 years has charmed social media with her bright personality.
The dermatologist to celebrities shared a video on Instagram yesterday, Nov. 26, of her and her husband taking a ballet lesson from instructor Perry Sevidal. Belo wore a satin sports bra with leggings, showing off her toned midriff, while Kho looked casual in a t-shirt, joggers and a cap.
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@dochayden is trying to learn ballet so @scarletsnowbelo will try it as well . Scarlet copies everything her daddy does so maybe if she sees her daddy dancing ballet , we can finally convince her to try it 😁 (PS. This is @dochayden ‘s first ballet class . I think he did pretty well . What do you think ? ) Thank you, Teacher @perrysevidal ♥️
Both stood behind a ballet barre and did an exercise where they raised their legs and pointed their toes to the count of the teacher. While Dr. Belo seemed at ease, Kho did his best to follow and successfully balance himself until the end of it in a plié.
Belo explained that Kho did the class so that Scarlet would be encouraged to try it too. “Scarlet copies everything her daddy does so maybe if she sees her daddy dancing ballet, we can finally convince her to try it,” she wrote.
The bond between father and daughter is evident in Scarlet’s Instagram—her dad sometimes poses in costumes with her, such as one where he went as Ralph from “Wreck-It-Ralph” to Scarlet’s Vanellope von Schweetz.
In an early November trip to Japan, Kho dressed up as a warrior to match his daughter’s ninja outfit.
It looks like Scarlet and her dad will make for a ballet duo, too. Fashion designer Andrea Tetangco offered her services to Kho in a comment, “Can I make your tutu dress? [laughing emoji]”
Kho replied, “Basta terno kami ni Scarlet (As long as Scarlet and I have matching [tutus]).” /ra
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