Vanessa Hudgens will be the “aunt who sings” when she meets Ashely Tisdale’s little girl.
The ‘High School Musical’ actress has not yet had a chance to meet her close friend and the former co-star’s four-week-old daughter Jupiter, but she looks forward to being part of her life.
She told Access Daily, “We’re going to wait until I have time and make sure I’m going nowhere and just block a window to meet Jupiter …
“”[Ashley’s] like: “You have to come over and sing for her because she loves to sing … Whenever she’s on her stomach, she kicks when she sings!”
“So I’ll come over and be the aunt who sings.”
Ashley shared little Jupiter with her husband Christopher French and Vanessa was a bridesmaid at their wedding in 2014.
The 35-year-old actress and singer first covered the birth of her daughter last month when she shared a picture of the hand of the dead wrapped around her finger.
At that time she wrote: “Jupiter Iris French arrived on earth at 3.23.21 (sic)”
Meanwhile, Vanessa recently opened up her own relationship, revealing that she met her boyfriend Cole Tucker during a virtual meditation group.
She said, “Me and Cole met in a zoom meditation group.
“Very random, yes. Zoom, you have to love it.”
The 32-year-old star described her new boyfriend as “perfect” for her and insisted that she make it her priority to remain “grateful for anything”.
She added, “He’s just perfect for me. It’s me [happy]. I’m really.
“I think it’s just as important to remain grateful for everything you have in life.
“I’ve made this a priority, and I feel like only magic makes it all the more possible.”
Last month, the 24-year-old shortstop and outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates reported on his “great” girlfriend.
He said, “I have a girlfriend and she’s cool. She’s great, I love her.
“I don’t want it to be like, ‘Oh, Cole is with Vanessa…’ I don’t want to be treated any differently than Mitch [Keller] with his wife or Ke’Bryan [Hayes] to let his girlfriend come down. She’s gorgeous. She will be there. You’ll see it, but you’ve seen the headline, it is what it is. “