See Tamron Hall's Baby Moses Beam While in Fashion Icon André Leon Talley's Arms

Olowokandi Fiyin
Jul 29, 2019
09:00 P.M.
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The newborn is just a few months old and has already met one of the most celebrated personalities in the fashion industry. Of course, mom, Tamron had to share this with fans!

A few months back, Tamron Hall, who is a former TODAY anchor, welcomed her first child with her husband, Steven Greener. The baby boy named, Moses was delivered by Hall in April after years having problems conceiving.


The proud mom took to Instagram to show off her newborn, and he was nothing short of stunning as he posed alongside fashion icon, Andre.

The image shared by Tamron showed little Moses all dressed up with a wide grin while Andre carried him. The icon, equally in a joyous mood, wore a bright smile as he was spotted rocking a kaftan and long-sleeved black outfit underneath.

Tamron followed the photo with an interesting caption, which stated:

“Lol Mufasa and Simba, better known as @andreltalley and Baby Moses. #sundaybrunch #lionking. Love you Uncle Andre.”


Her admirers were quick to react to the adorable photo. A social media user wrote:

“ADORABLE” and ended it with a pink heart emoji, while another commented:

“They look soooo good together.”


Before Moses’ birth in April, his mother, Tamron, kept most of the details of her pregnancy away from the public at its early stages. In an interview with PEOPLE, the 48-year-old blamed her decision on ‘age and other medical factors’ which left her scared of losing the baby.

However, at 32 weeks, she announced on her Instagram page on March 4. Apparently, her little one was now very safe, and she could ease up on the tension.



Andrea was born on October 16, 1949, in Washington, DC. He was born into a low earning family and was subsequently left to his grandmother, Binnie Francis Davis where he claimed he got an ‘understanding of luxury.’


He had a successful stint over the course of his education and by 1974, he began to work with a series of media companies and magazines before landing in Vogue in 1983. Since then, it has been a climb up the ladder for Andrea, who has earned his status as one of the most prominent American fashion journalists.


Away from the fashion industry, Andrea is also an actor as well as an author.  His memoir, “A.L.T: A Memoir” is one that has been widely acclaimed by several readers and media outlets all over the world.

Although he has a long list of great works to his name, his most prominent include his previous projects as Vogue Magazine’s editor at large and international editor of popular Russian magazine, Numero.