Angela Robinson, the actress best known for her role as Veronica Harrington in “The Haves and the Have Nots,” took to Instagram to share a photo with her family after voting.
In the picture, Angela appeared flashing her big and beautiful smile at the camera while side-hugging her husband Scott Whitehurst, who was holding the couple son, Robinson Scott aka Robbie.
The child, who the couple adopted and welcome to their family on Father’s Day 2018, had a beanie hat with the “I Voted” sticker on. For the caption, the actress set clear that they voted and added the hashtags “Let Love Win” and “Humanity.”
It was not the first time that baby Robbie appears on his mother’s social media account. On July 17, the same day the adoption process finished and Angela and Scott received their son, they took to Instagram to share a photo.
Even though Robbie’s face was not visible, the post attracted a lot of attention. It showed Angela holding and looking at him in her arms while sharing a delighted smile. Scott was caressing his foot with a happy expression, too.
“Meet our son Robinson Scott aka Robbie. Adoption has gifted us beyond measure. Wishing my husband the Happiest FIRST Father’s Day Ever," wrote the actress in the caption.
As soon as she uploaded that image, her followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. Most of them congratulated the couple and sent them their blessings and best wishes as they embark on “this beautiful next chapter.”
Angela and Scott’s relationship began a long time ago. They walked down the aisle on September 14, 1996, but they couldn’t have children, so they decided that adopting was their best option.
During an interview Angela had with Tallahassee Democrat, she revealed that her character (a villain) in “The Haves and the Have Nots” was so popular that people in the real world started taking it too seriously.
“I’ve had someone hit me once. It was okay. It wasn’t really violent. It was just really jarring at the time. This lady just came up to me and slapped me in the back and said, ‘You just going to have to do better.’ I was like, ‘With what?’ ‘With your child,’ and I said, ‘I don’t have any children.’ I think because of the huge success of reality TV people think they’re real people. It’s scripted,” said Angela.
At the moment, the actress is focused on the series and on taking care of her son and her family.