September 23, 2019
Kellie Williams of "Family Matters" is a happily married woman! She shared a touching video tribute to her husband, alongside a beautiful caption on their 10th anniversary.
Kellie Williams is a happily married woman who wed her husband, Hannibal Jackson, in 2009. For their tenth anniversary, she shared a touching video tribute on Instagram, as well as some beautiful words.
The video showed Jackson placing a ring on Williams' finger, their wedding rings, and several photos of them looking happy and in love.
"The Making of You," by Curtis Mayfield played in the background, and in the accompanying caption, the actress wrote,
"Wow! I can't believe today is our 10th anniversary."
The "Family Matters" star continued,
"It hasn't always been easy, but it's definitely worth it. I pray that [our] God will continue to bless our marriage, and family."
Her followers sent a lot of congratulatory messages, with one person writing,
"Happy anniversary! Wishing you guys many more years of happiness. Love you always."
Williams and Jackson are parents to two children, Hannah Belle, and John. Although the "Goin' Home" actress still acts, her main priority these days is being a mom to her children, and in her spare time, she's working on a children's book, "Pop Production."
The actress who played the sassy "Laura Winslow," and who enjoyed the epic pie fight on "Family Matters," wants her children to have a normal childhood, and decide later in life if they want to toe the "Acting line."
Williams, who started acting from the age of six, had a stable childhood despite her early fame.
The actress owes it to her parents whom she once described as "Old school parents," who, "Kept me grounded, and allowed me to have a childhood." The "Colored Museum" star began her career in theater.
She enrolled in acting classes at the age of four, and a home video by her father got her the role on "Family Matters."
Being on the show opened doors for Williams, who trended in 2016 as "Every Baptist Church's First Lady," after a photo of her in a purple outfit, minimal makeup, and cropped hair went viral. The "Butterfinger's Angel," star is also a producer with a heart of gold.
In 2006, she founded a nonprofit, Kellie Williams Program which educates high school students in D.C in video production. The mom-of-two is thankful for the opportunities she has gotten in her life and wants to help others live their dreams.