Karyn Parsons from 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' Is Now 53 and Has 2 Look-Alike Grown Children
The name Karyn Parsons might be a little foreign to you, but you'll surely remember Hillary Banks from the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."
Karyn Parsons on June 11, 2015 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
Karyn Parsons on "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"
The then-little girl is now grown up with kids of her own and a husband. Karyn got married to her husband, Alexandre Rockwell, in 2003, and have two kids together.
Karyn Parsons on June 1, 2017 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
Karyn's two children
The proud mother enjoys flaunting her babies on her Instagram. In October 2019, she posted pictures of her daughter, Lana, and son, Nico.
The 53-year-old mother uploaded a photo of Lana, and we couldn't help but see the striking resemblance between them. In the caption, she wrote:
"The girl joined us! ? #sweetgirl #soearlyforher #betterlatethannever #growingupwaywaytoofast ?"
Also, she posted two pictures of her adorable son with a sweet caption that read:
"Breakfast with the boy. ? #ilervehim #luckymama #growingupwaytoofast ❤️"
They have acting credits already
Lana's passion is in line with her parents' field. The young lady is as elegant as her classy mom and is excelling in her acting career.
She and her younger brother, Nico, appeared in a 2013 movie directed by their father, called "Little Feet." When it comes to acting, Nico is also doing incredibly well, as he played his role well in the movie.
Karyn Parsons on March 7, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois | Photo: Getty Images
Furthermore, Lana featured in two more films, "Pete Smalls Is Dead" and "That is Circling All Round the Sun" in 2010 and 2016, respectively. It is no surprise that the children grew up to be this unique, judging by the kind of upbringing Parsons must have given them.
Looking at the Parsons' view on life, we can say that the kids have a bright future. Karyn hopes to inspire her children and kids in general by informing them of African-American achievements.
Karyn Parsons on March 2, 2009 in Compton, California | Photo: Getty Images
While discussing with Qcitymetro, she said:
“If you come up knowing all these great contributions by African Americans, regardless of what color your skin is — if you come up knowing these things…it’ll change how you look at yourself, how you look at your neighbor, your whole attitude.”