Sheryl Lee Ralph of 'Moesha' Celebrates Husband Vincent Hughes' 63rd Birthday with Sweet Pic & Loving Tribute
Marriage is better the second time around for actress Sheryl Lee Ralph and her husband Senator Vincent Hughes as they celebrate another milestone in their lives. As her husband turned 63, the "Moesha" actress made sure to greet him with a loving tribute and a sweet photo.
After failed marriages and troublesome divorces, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Vincent Hughes crossed paths all thanks to one of their mutual friends. As the senator would put it, both of them met at such a perfect time in their lives.
Despite starting off with a long-distance relationship, they made things work and ten years down the line, they are happily married to one another.
The Perfect Timing of their Relationship
During a recent interview, he shared just how much his wife means to him.
"God led us to each other right at the absolute perfect time. Sheryl is a blessing to me. This relationship and this love is a blessing, and I try to treat it that way. We thank God in prayer several times a day, both together and apart in prayer."
Celebrating Senator Hughes' 63rd Birthday
Now that Senator Vincent Hughes turned another year older, it was another blessing that they thanked God for. Sheryl made sure to share a sweet message for her husband on social media, which featured the couple sharing a loving embrace along with a caption that read:
"Wishing my favorite senator and husband a very Happy Brithday!!! Ohhh my lipstick looks good on him!!"
Life After "Moesha"
Although not a lot has been heard from Sheryl Lee Ralph since her role on Moesha, her fans are still treated with glimpses of her life all thanks to social media.
Sheryl has kept quite a low profile, enjoying life the best way she can with her blended family with Senator Vincent. Despite this, she still has quite a few projects under her name, including a podcast that she hosts.
Ralph would also share bits and pieces of her life with other members of the entertainment industry on Instagram, showing that although her prime acting days were in the '90s, she's still very much a part of Hollywood.