LOOK: Scarlet Snow, Hunter James go for gingerbread-themed Christmas photo shoot
This year, Scarlet Snow Belo had more of her family members joining her in a Christmas family photo shoot.
The social media darling once again turned heads dressed up as a festive baker, while her 6-month-old nephew Hunter James Pitt was dressed as a cute gingerbread cookie. The photos were posted on the Stork Studios Instagram page on Wednesday, Dec. 19, for the Baby and Breakfast blog.
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Scarlet Snow’s parents Dr. Vicki and Hayden also joined in the fun, as they helped their little girl bake delicious treats in time for the holidays.
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Another addition to this year’s photo shoot was Belo’s sister Cristalle, who was all smiles for the camera for the holiday photoshoot.
Dr. Vicki even had a photo with all of her children — Quark, Scarlet and Cristalle — and joining them was her grandchild Hunter.
In the end, the Belo brood, including Cristalle’s husband Justin Pitt, got together for a happy and complete family portrait.
Merry Christmas from the Belos! JB
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