Shanna Moakler and estranged daughter Alabama Barker appear to have patched up their rocky relationship.
The former Playboy playmate shared a sweet video via Instagram of the two dancing around and lip syncing to Bazzi’s smash hit I.F.L.Y — which stands for “I fu**ing love you.”
“Gifty vid from my daughter @alabamaluellabarker,” the 46-year-old former Miss USA captioned the clip. “One of the fun things I love is having her do my hair and make up… she’s a pretty amazing photographer too!”
The mother-of-three added “ANY derogatory comments” would be immediately blocked and deleted. Moakler also shares son Landon, 17, with rocker Travis Barker. She is also mom to Atiana De La Hoya, 22, with ex-fiancée Oscar De La Hoya.
The mother/daughter “#twinning” moment comes shortly after Alabama slammed the Pacific Blue actress for being an absentee mom.
“My mom has never completely been in my life, can you guys stop painting her out to be an amazing mom. Did your mom ask to see you on Mother’s Day cause mine didn’t? I’m done keeping a secret, reality shows,” Alabama wrote on May 15 alongside a series of leaked text messages on Instagram.
“Everybody thinks my mother is amazing, Matthew is nothing but awful to her not only that but he cheats on her,” she added, referring to Moakler’s on-again, off-again boyfriend, Matthew Rondeau.
OK! reported The Wedding Singer alum responded to the shocking accusation, claiming she wasn’t on speaking terms with her two children with the Blink-182 drummer — who is currently dating Kourtney Kardashian.
“Sadly right now at this moment there’s still some distance. I’m just trying to give everybody some space,” Moakler said, noting the space is necessary “so we can heal and come back together again.”
The model continued: “I don’t know. Right now I’m really just trying to let [my kids] all know that I’m here for them and I love them and I’m their mom and I’ll always want to be in their lives. All I can do is just sort of give it some time so we all can heal, but I don’t really know what’s going to happen in the future.”