Farrah Abraham matched outfits with her 11-year-old daughter Sophia when they stepped out for a stroll in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The 28-year-old Teen Mom alumna pulled in a tie-dye jumpsuit and gave a tip of the hat to Easter by accessorizing with bunny ears.
She kept an eye to safety for her latest outing too, making sure both she and her daughter were wearing masks and gloves amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Hand in hand: Farrah Abraham matched outfits with her 11-year-old daughter Sophia when they stepped out for a stroll in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Farrah led Sophia with one arm and in the other she cradled her dog Cupcake, whose fur has mostly been dyed hot pink.
Last month Farrah came in for a storm of social media backlash over an Instagram video showing Cupcake’s new hair color.
Cupcake was also wearing a muzzle and Farrah’s Pomeranian Boo could be seen in the video almost completely dyed blue.
Protective: She kept an eye to safety for her latest outing too, making sure both she and her daughter were wearing masks and gloves amid the coronavirus pandemic
Her comments were flooded with Instagram users accusing her of mistreating her animals, but she did not accept their criticism.
The original video’s caption included the postscript: ‘for those who do not know what dog training muzzles are go to your nearest pet store and learn more and why they can be helpful in training.’
After receiving blowback in the comments she gave an interview to TMZ referring to the negative attention she got as ‘hate speech.’
What a look: Both of Farrah’s dogs, Boo and Cupcake, have had their fur dyed bright colors leading to blowback on social media
Farrah’s other Pomeranian Blue died in 2018 and the reality star was glimpsed afterwards taking the body to a taxidermist.
Like some other reality stars who went on to appear on Teen Mom, Farrah got her start in television on 16 And Pregnant.
While Farrah was still expecting Sophia during 16 And Pregnant, the baby’s father Derek Underwood perished in a car crash three days after Christmas 2008.