MIKE Wolfe has shared some rare photos of his baby daughter as she starts her first day of school this year.
The American Pickers star used his Instagram Story to commemorate his daughter Charlie, 11, who is in sixth grade.
Mike, 59, shared three photos of Charlie from behind as he tends to keep his rarely seen daughter’s face to himself.
The first photo showed his young daughter from behind riding a bright blue scooter – she looked taller and more mature than ever.
On her first day of school, Charlie wore a blue t-shirt, black athletic shorts and matching Nike socks with white sneakers.
The 11-year-old opted to leave her brunette hair down and natural.
“Traditional morning scooter ride before first day of school,” Mike wrote on the recording.
A second IG Story upload featured a close-up of Charlie’s sock and sneaker combo, with Mike adding the caption, “Growing up so fast.”
The last picture showed Charlie again, riding away from behind on her scooter.
“And already she’s in 6th grade,” he wrote.
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Earlier this month, Mike posted more rare photos of his daughter while she was spending time in Hawaii.
Mike and his girlfriend Leticia Cline, 44, went on a luxury trip and brought Charlie with them.
The American Pickers star shared two photos of his teenage daughter dancing in the ocean waves.
She was wearing a light blue dress and pink sandals as the waves lapped at her ankles.
Her long brown hair covered her face in both photos as Mike was apparently concerned about her privacy.
The TV personality also shared a photo of him hugging Leticia.
The pair snuggled side by side against a gorgeous tropical backdrop.
Mike wore a mustard yellow button down shirt and brown pants while she wore a brown tank top and white pants.
They paid each other the perfect compliment and Mike called her “my baby” in the post.
Mike’s idyllic getaway came amid some backlash against his antique shop and his show’s declining ratings.
The US Sun exclusively revealed that Mike’s Iowa store is struggling with low sales.
He owns Antique Archeology with offices in Le Claire, Iowa and Nashville, Tennessee.
The US Sun has the exclusive privilege of revealing Antique Archeology’s estimated annual sales in Iowa, according to Experian’s Business Valuation Report.
Antique Archeology’s estimated annual sales are reportedly $62,000.
The company’s business credit score is 23, which corresponds to “moderate to high risk”.
According to the report, “This value predicts the probability of severe loan defaults within the next 12 months.”
As for the financial stability risk rating, Antique Archeology received a medium risk rating of three out of five.
According to the report, “This rating predicts the probability of default and/or bankruptcy within the next 12 months.”
Mike has previously been criticized by customers for seemingly overpriced items and selling merchandise rather than genuine antiques.
As for the show, new episodes of American Pickers starring Mike, his brother Robbie and Danielle Colby returned on July 5th.
The US Sun reported that 918,000 viewers watched the first episode.
The July 12 episode drew over 100,000 viewers, and ratings dropped to 803,000.
Another 100,000 viewers missed the July 19 episode as only 713,000 people tuned in.
However, the US Sun exclusively announced that the July 26 episode saw ratings surge, with 885,000 viewers watching.