Harry Connick Jr. with daughter at a Knicks game

12/14/2007 at 06:18 AM ET

Singer Harry Connick Jr., 40, took daughter Sarah Kate, 10, to a New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday. The father-daughter duo knocked their knuckles together and watched outside as the Knicks lost to the Seattle Supersonics. Mother is former model Jill Goodacre, 42, and Sara has sisters Georgia Tatom, 11, and Charlotte, 5.

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Annie-Kate on

Sara is adorable! She’s going to be such beautiful woman.

Natalie S. on

Wow she’s gorgeous!! Amazing Sara looks like Harry, (eyes and smile) but I can also see the beautiful blend of her mother as well. They have Stunning daughters!

Tammy on

Harry has been a favorite of mine for many years! I love how much fun they appear to be having together!!

brookefan on

LOVE Harry!! His daughter is adorable, and looks so much like him! HOw nice to have dad all to herself for an evening.

PinkRoses on

Adorable, simply adorable! And Sara Kate is cute, too. HAHAHAHAHAHA! I LOVE Harry Connick, Jr. That man really has it all.

Mary on

That is just too cute! She is simply the spitting image of him. I wonder if his other children look as much like him as she does, simply precious!

angie on

She’s so cute! I can’t decide who she looks more like, Jill or Harry!!! Very pretty!

Gina on

Wow! I think Sara looks exactly like Harry! Cute picture

Marie on

What a great pic. He seems to be such a doting husband and father. Beautiful girl.

Lisa on

CUUUUUUTE!
They look like they are having a terrific time together.

Olivia on

She’s is ALL Harry. She’s gorgeous! Looks like they’re having a great time. And you could tell by her smile she probably sweet and humble just like him. :)

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