Good Morning AmericaAnchor Michael Strahan is a giant of a man at 6’5” so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that his kids are all quite tall themselves. But it’s certainly shocking to see one of Michael’s youngest daughters, Isabella, standing shoulder to shoulder with her old man. The 16-year-old recently posed for a photo with her dear old dad and it’s completely stunning to see how tall she’s grown up to be.
Michael Strahan’s Daughter Is Unbelievably Tall In New Pic
Proud papa Michael Strahan shared a photo of one of his younger daughters to Instagram recently and we’re completely blown away by how incredibly tall this young lady is! Isabella Strahan, a twin sister to Sophie, took a photo with her pops during volleyball practice.
We’re so happy to see 16-year-old Isabella on the court, since her impressive height is a definite advantage for her team. When a girl is this tall, there aren’t many sports she won’t excel in. Though she’d probably have some moves on the basketball court, Isabella definitely fits right in on the volleyball team.
Proud Dad Michael Shows Off Daughter’s Skills
“That’s my girl!!” Michael wrote in the caption, adding, “Swipe right to @isabella.strahan showing up and showing out on the Volleyball court! #GirlDad.” In the picture, he and his gorgeous daughter stand almost shoulder to shoulder. Isabella is wearing her volleyball uniform, sneakers, and her dad has a pair of jeans and a hoodie with a short-sleeved jacket.
Even if you are leaning in slightly to give the GMAIsabella can almost look him in the eye by giving him a side hug. She’s just a few inches shorter than him, and her forehead reaches just about cheek level on the 6’5” retired athlete. Recall that Isabella and Sophie are just 16 years old.
The video below shows Isabella during her practice. She makes a great spike over the net, then quickly ducks under it to move on to the next part. Isabella is just like her father! It’s no wonder Michael is proud of his little girl! It really seems as if the apple didn’t fall too far from the tree with this father-daughter duo.