Phaedra Parks stuns in one-piece swimsuit while playing with her sons in the pool
Reality TV star Phaedra Parks, best known for “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” took to Instagram to share a slideshow of herself and her two children playing in pools.
The first image portrayed eight-year-old Ayden and five-year-old Dylan sitting on different toy jet skis that had water-guns on them which they were playing with. Both boys were wearing black and blue swim shorts and matching swim shirts.
Phaedra was next to Dylan helping him aim while both children were looking at the camera. In the second photo, Ayden and Phaedra were playing in the pool while holding on a net placed above the water.
For the third and final picture, Dylan was portrayed with both hands on his head while his brother was diving in front of him.
This photo gave a better look at Phaedra’s swimsuit. It consisted of a pink one-piece swimsuit which design enhanced the television personality’s body and figure.
According to the location tag, the family was having such a great time at the Great Wolf Lodge in LaGrange, Georgia. In the caption, Phaedra revealed that their summertime fun just ended.
Apart from that, she thanked the Great Wolf Lodge for s “super staycation” before the school began. Finally, she wrote: “be active or be lazy, but always be present,” which could be seen as her message to all parents.
As soon as she uploaded that slideshow, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. One of them was Instagram user @dnyce_music, who pointed out that Phaedra was the “coolest” mother.
Those images were shared only weeks after Celebrity Insider reported that Sherien Almufti, Apollo Nida’s fiancée (Dylan and Ayden’s father), revealed that Phaedra wouldn’t take the boys to see Apollo.
“There isn’t a birthday, Father’s Day, or holiday where Apollo doesn’t send them gifts and write them letters. He loves them. Whatever he and Phaedra are going through, I hope that one day they can resolve it for the sake of their kids,” added Sherien.