Dwyane Wade supports son at Miami's pride parade, stepmom Gabrielle Union joins in the fun

Sonja Haller
1 / 2

Dwyane Wade supports son at Miami's pride parade, stepmom Gabrielle Union joins in the fun

The Miami Heat star couldn't be with his son at the march, but wife Gabrielle Union was. Wade wrote on Instagram, "We support each other with pride!"
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union showed support for 11-year-old Zion Wade, who marched in the annual Miami Beach Pride parade on their social media accounts this weekend.

Dwyane Wade let the world know this weekend that he fully supports his 11-year-old son Zion, who participated in the annual Miami Beach Pride march Sunday.

Wade, who was in Toronto for an NBA game, posted a picture on his Instagram Story of Zion posing with stepmom Gabrielle Union with the caption, "We support each with pride!"

Wade also shared a photo that included Zion, Union and a host of other people, captioning it, "Zion had his... cheering section today. Wish i was there to see you smile kid!"

His oldest son, Zaire, shared on his Instagram Story photos of Zion and himself, one of which was captioned, "Love you lil bro no matter what."

Union, who married Wade in 2014, danced and rode a float with Zion during the festival, and shared her own Instagram Story photos. 

Zion and Zaire are Wade's children with ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches. 

Dwayne Wade, Gabrielle Union-Wade and family watch play during the MTN DEW 3-Point Contest as part of the 2019 NBA All-Star Weekend at Spectrum Center on February 16, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

After the family spoke out, others supported the family, too.

Many praised Wade and Union's parenting

"This is truly one of the most beautiful things I've witnessed in this ugly day and age!" " wrote Twitter user @BrianRichy.

Twitter user @KaylahRaquel called the couple's support "so beautiful" and "parenting done right. Much love to them. So inspiring."

Other fans wished they had been shown this type of love at such a young age.

"Dwayne Wade and Gabby Union supporting young Zion at Miami Pride is so beautiful. I could cry," said Twitter user @CamiCruzThomas.


Like All the Moms?


Connect with us on Facebook.

READ MORE

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Dwyane Wade supports son at Miami's pride parade, stepmom Gabrielle Union joins in the fun