Dwyane Wade Shares Moving Tribute to Wife Gabrielle Union along with Family Pics on Her 47th Birthday
Gabrielle Union turned 47 yesterday, October 29, and as always, netizens can't help but gush at the sight of her youthful glow.
The actress's husband, Dwayne Wade, posted a series of photos to celebrate her big day, including a shot of the beautiful family of three. He included a sentimental caption that read:
"HBD Kaavs MoM‼️ You deserve all the joy & happiness in the world. Your family adores your hustle and respects your BOSSiness. You keep inspiring me daily to be GREATER! Keep showing our baby girl how a strong, intelligent, beautiful black woman looks. We ❤️ you GUW! #47"
Gabrielle got the most attention when MEFeater Magazine tweeted pictures of Union looking stunning in a figure-hugging dress and black swimsuit, USA Today reports.
The magazine wished her a happy birthday, while her fans wondered why she looked this beautiful at 47, USA Today disclosed.
The actress revealed the secret to her youthfulness in a comment:
"Secret you ask... water, tequila, boundaries & an extra helping of accountability. #47"
Secret you ask... water, tequila, boundaries & an extra helping of accountability 🖤💪🏾 #47 https://t.co/u9Xo04v32z— Gabrielle Union (@itsgabrielleu) October 29, 2019
Nevertheless, she discussed other tips while speaking to Elle in 2016, according to reports by E! News. The "America’s Got Talent" judge said she used "Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit facial scrub and cleanser, Mario Badescu toner."
For her 47th birthday, she dished out some essential tips to live by, to have a good life. Her advice entailed evolving, doing what's right for you, and being contented, as narrated by E! News.
This month has undoubtedly been an emotional one for the new mom, as she celebrated her first Mother's Day, PEOPLE noted. She welcomed her daughter, Kaavia James, with her husband in November, last year, PEOPLE explained.
In her Instagram post on Mother's Day, she revealed:
“I’ve cried so many times today for so many reasons, mainly because I’d gotten accustomed to heartbreak and disappointment. I think a lot of us live in that space. I set up shop there. This moment reminded me that miracles do happen.”