Don Johnson's Wife Kelley Phleger Shares Precious Moments with Her Sons in Photos
Renowned actor and producer, Don Johnson's wife Kelly Phleger stops at nothing to update her fans via social media details concerning her family.
Don Johnson is known for his role in the “CBS” drama series “Nash Bridges,” and is also the father to five children. His wife, Kelley Phleger Johnson, who is the mother of three of his five children, shared two adorable photos of the eldest and youngest of them in a post on her Instagram page.
The post showed Kelley’s daughter, Grace, and son, Deacon, enjoying a lovely moment.
KELLEY PHLEGER’S POST
The mother of three shared two cute photos of two of her children. The first picture showed her daughter, Grace, 19 kissing her brother, Deacon, 13, on the face, while he grimaced happily.
The second picture in the post showed brother and sister in a half embrace, while they seem to hold on to something which they looked intently at. The proud mom captioned the post:
“My oldest and my youngest.”
Some of Kelley’s followers commented on her post, remarking on how adorable her children were. One follower wrote;
“2 peas in a pod.”
While another wrote:
“Very nice picture.”
They were many others who commented with emojis, expressing their love for the pictures.
DON JOHNSON POSES WITH ALL OF HIS FIVE CHILDREN
The father of five has been married thrice, bearing five children from those marriages.
His five children include actress, Dakota Johnson, 27, who he shares with ex-wife, Melanie Griffith; Jesse Johnson, 34, who he shares with ex-wife, Patti D’Arbanville; and his three aforementioned children, Grace, Jasper, and Deacon with current wife, Kelley
“My beautiful children. At our farm. Grampa Wayne RIP.”
“NASH BRIDGES” REVIVAL COULD BE ON THE CARDS
For six seasons, fans watched as Don Johnson and his co-stars thrilled them in the CBS show from the years 1996 to 2001. Fans and lovers of the show could be in for a revival of the show if reports are to be believed.
“USA Network” is reportedly working on a revival of the show, “Nash Bridges,” with Don Williams already signed on to star in it. However, the original show’s creator, Carlton Cuse is not part of the plans as he remains on an overall deal at ABC Studios.