Shemar Moore Shares Photo with Mom in a Wheelchair as They Return to His Childhood Home

Gracious Egedegbe
Jun 21, 2019
10:41 A.M.
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Famous S. W. A. T. actor, Shemar Moore excitedly took to social media to share that he paid a visit to his childhood home alongside his mother who suffers from an incurable disease.


Some two days ago, the hunky star shared a picture of himself and his mother, Marilyn on a visit to Denmark.


Moore Shares a very close relationship with his mother, and this shines through in his recent post. He is pictured standing right beside and a little behind Marilyn, who is seated in a wheelchair. The duo drip of relaxed elegance as they are both casually dressed, Moore in a simple tee paired with dark blue jeans and Marilyn, in a red long-sleeved shirt that drops past her elbows and white pants.

To keep the glare of the sun away, the pair both have hats on, Marilyn’s is a white feminine hat that matches the rest of her ensemble while Moore’s is a simple baseball hat. Taken in a scenic place, a green field and with the sun shining so brightly, the picture looks so beautiful.


However, the joyful looks on Marilyn, who has Multiple Sclerosis, and Moore is undeniably the most attractive thing about the photo.

The mother-son duo served goals with the “Criminal Minds” star leaning confidently on his mother’s wheelchair and with his face brightly lit up with a smile. Marilyn looks so graceful and youthful with her face also sporting a wide smile.

As if the photo isn't already enough evidence, Moore went to great lengths to detail his joyful experience being at Denmark once again. Moore revealed:

“DREAM VACATION HOMECOMING for Momma n Me!!! Denmark.... I lived here as a baby from 4 months old to 3 years old over 48 years ago.”


 The nostalgia must have hit Moore who continued the caption recalling his childhood experiences and also that since he left the country a long time ago, he can hardly remember much of what he sees now. He animatedly



“I don’t recognise most of what I’m seeing, but I can feel that it was and is a part of me for life!! I was born in Oakland, California... but this is where MY LIFE began.”


Ever the doting son, Moore finished the caption explaining that Marilyn is delighted to be back home and that she is hale and hearty as opposed to what many may think seeing she is in a wheelchair. Moore:

“Momma is soooooooo HAPPY being back here with me!! Makes me happy and PROUD!!! Don’t let the wheelchair fool you... momma just being lazy n wants to be pushed around like a Queen... she can still get up shake her money maker!!!”


Even if it is not a direct declaration, Moore's message hints that Marilyn, who has been battling multiple sclerosis since the late 90s, is doing quite well. That can be said to be a result of Moore's numerous efforts being with her all through the journey and making sure that she gets the best care possible.

For the award-winning entertainer, Marilyn is a “Super woman, and she needs to know that someone is out there fighting for her at all times.”