Eminem‘s daughter Hailie Jade Mathers certainly knows how to impress, just like her father. She is well known to keep herself engaged in the fashion world and keeping up with all the latest trends the world has to offer. She also knows how to pull off different sets of attires with effortless ease.

Eminem has been writing about his daughter in his music since she was a little girl. This was especially seen in his 2002 hit “Cleanin’ Out My Closet” Hailie Jade Mathers is 25 now and all grown up.

She has a lot of terrific photos on her social media. However, a photo with her father Eminem is something fans will never see. While Hailie has been featured on his songs many times, the actual time Eminem spends time with his daughter remains private.

While speaking to Daily Mail in 2018, Hailie Jade Mathers was asked if she even met her father much. Mathers made it clear that they are very close.

“Of course, we’re very close.”

Hailie didn’t open her Instagram account until 2016 when she was 20. Due to this Eminem was relieved she did not rush into the limelight like other celebrity children. In fact, Eminem revealed in his 2017 album Revival, he did have some regrets about making his daughter such a prominent character in the personal domestic drama in his music.

“This game is crazy / I wanted to claim my love for you but damn / I never knew it’d be like this / If I did, I wouldn’t have done it/ You ain’t asked for none of this s–t. / Now you’re being punished? / Things that should’ve been private with me and your mother is public

Eminem and his daughter Hailie Jade Mathers continue to have a great relationship. For many, they are the ideal father-daughter relationship as well. This is unlikely to ever change.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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