Eminem has name-dropped his beloved daughter countless times in his music.
But it seems that Hailie Scott earned her very own moment in the limelight on Friday as she was crowned Homecoming Queen at her Michigan high school.
The 17-year-old daughter of the infamous rapper and his ex-wife, Kim Scott, was positively beaming as she appeared in a local news report wearing a sparkling crown as she stood before her peers.
In the story first uncovered by Hollywood Life, Hailie has her hair styled in pretty blonde curls for the exciting high school event and is carrying a large and colourful bouquet of flowers.
And the teen expressed her delight via her private Twitter account, which one public user retweeted.
Hailie had written: ‘So happy and thankful to be Chippewa’s homecoming queen! It’s such an honor and blessing. #grateful’.
Eminem – whose real name is Marshall Mathers – will surely be proud of his daughter, who is clearly his number one priority in life.
The Stan rapper is not only a father to Hailie, but also to Whitney, Kim’s child from a previous relationship, and Alaina, Kim’s sister’s child, both of whom he legally adopted.
Among the countless tracks in which he has referenced Hailie, one of them is quite literally entitled Hailie’s Song.
Eminem raps: ‘But when I see my baby, suddenly I’m not crazy, it all makes sense when I look into her eyes.
‘Hailie, remember when I said, “If you ever need anything, daddy will be right there?” Well guess what? Daddy’s here. And I ain’t goin’ nowhere baby. I love you,’ the 40-year-old rapper goes on.
It has been a long and turbulent journey for Eminem, who appeared in a documentary earlier this year to speak about his battle with substance abuse and addiction.
But Hailie’s special day is surely one that both she and her parents will treasure forever.