Mama June’s daughter Pumpkin, 21, shares rare photo with sister Honey Boo Boo, 15, as she continues to look after her

MAMA June's daughter Pumpkin shared a rare photo with her sister Honey Book Boo, 15.

The 21-year-old has been looking after her younger sister as June, 41, focuses on her sobriety.

Pumpkin, whose real name is Lauryn Shannon, shared a fun snaps with Honey Boo Boo, also known as Alana Thompson, on Instagram on Monday.

In the photo, Pumpkin donned a large smile and Alana puckered her lips as they both wore pink tutus on their heads.

Pumpkin captioned the post: "Happy international women’s day ?? @honeybooboo"

June also celebrated International Women's Day of Monday as she told her female fans to "keep giving men hell."

Alana has been living with Pumpkin ever since June was arrested for possession of crack cocaine and a crack pipe in March of 2019.

The upcoming season of Mama June: Road to Redemption will catch up with the family as June focuses on her sobriety.

Though June is now over a year sober, the Here Comes Honey Boo Boo Boo Boo star still lives with Pumpkin.

Alana previously defended June after one critic called her parenting skills into question.

Following backlash aimed at her mother's parenting skills, Alana told fans: “[sic] Ion to much care what y’all gotta say about me. But one thing y’all ain’t [sic] finna do is talk about my mama and my sister.

“My mom is now sober of almost a year and I couldn’t be prouder of her and yes I’m being raised by my sister but hey, I think she’s doing a damn good job at it!"

The young TV personality has grown up in the public eye and regularly shares photos of herself wearing makeup.

Back in January, June celebrated one year of sobriety with her boyfriend Geno Doak after the couple was arrested for possession of crack cocaine.

The Mama June: From Not to Hot star shared the big news on Instagram and expressed genuine joy over making it 365 days without a relapse.

Alongside a photo of her and Geno, she wrote: "As I sit here this afternoon I’m so full of gratitude one that we have made it one year with no relapses when so many of the people we know have due to this crazy pandemic going on.

"I think back 2 where we was 1 year to day at this time we had Started staying in our car staying at a truck stop in Jackson Ga n was just trying to figure out where we was going to be able to make money for our next high or even food and gas."

Source: Read Full Article