Mariah Carey’s Daughter Monroe Hits the Recording Studio! (PHOTO)
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Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey’s Daughter Monroe Hits the Recording Studio! (PHOTO)

Oh boy, it looks like we might have the next big diva legend on our hands — and she’s only three! “The Voice” herself, Ms. Mariah Carey, has taken to her Instagram this week to share a photo of her toddler daughter, Monroe, and it would seem the little munchkin is taking after her musically-gifted parents!

Mariah Carey’s Daughter Monroe Hits the Recording Studio! (PHOTO)
Credit: Mariah Carey on Instagram    

In the photo, we see the precious tot — twin to brother Moroccan — sitting close to a recording studio mic and with the playback headphones on. And lest you think Mimi’s little girl is just fooling around on the (very expensive!) equipment, the “You’re Mine (Eternal)” singer’s caption makes it clear that her little one is actually a singer!

“‘Mommy, Roe Roe wanna sing, mommy!’ Ms. Monroe just can't stay away from momma's mic. No matter where we are!” Mariah writes next to the precious pic.

Now, we know that most little kids don’t have much of a voice until midway through elementary school — at least. But if any child were to get those vocal skills prematurely, it would be Mariah’s! We’ve got to hope that the crazy talented songstress has passed along her killer range to at least one of her two offspring!

This isn’t the first time that Mariah has made it known that her children are born singers. Just last month, she revealed that both twins “started singing and talking simultaneously” adding, “It’s hard to explain. That sounds like a lie, but it’s true. They’re both so musical.”

We can’t wait to hear your first single, Roe!

Do you think Mariah’s kids will be singers? Tell us in the comments below.

Samantha Lear is an Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

03.5.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Samantha Lear
Related: Mariah Carey, Celebrity Moms & Babies, Music, News, Pop Divas, Urban

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