BernNadette Stanis' Look-Alike Daughter Brittany Rose Celebrates Mom's 66th B-Day in Snaps
Brittany Rose, Bernadette Stanis' daughter, celebrates her mother's 66th birthday with cute mother and daughter photos on social media. She added sweet words.
Bernadette Stanis is 66 and still very pretty! To mark the milestone, her look-alike daughter, Brittany Rose, shared cute mother-daughter photos of the two of them in different poses on Instagram.
The celebrant looked ageless in a sapphire top, skin-tight black jeans, and heel-sandals of the same color. Her daughter opted for a shimmering green gown with a deep neckline and transparent nude sandals.
The two looked adorable and struck different poses. They leaned close together, jutted a knee forward, held one hand on their waist, and went retro with a wall pose.
The photos came with sweet words from Brittany. The caption read,
"Happy birthday to my beautiful mommy. [Heart-shaped and dancing emojis]."
The young lady's followers joined her in celebrating her mom while commenting on the celebrant's beauty. One person described the actress as "Timeless beauty," while another called the mother-daughter duo "Beautiful."
Brittany is Stanis' youngest child, and she shares her with her fourth and current husband, Kevin Fontana. The actress also has another daughter, Dior Ravel, with her third husband, Terrence Reed.
The foundation focuses on Alzheimer's patients and is in honor of her mother, who passed away in 2011 after battling dementia.
Brittany is studying to be a gynecologist at Hamptons University, and her mother is so proud of her. The actress passed down the value of education to her children, as instilled in her by her parents.
As a young girl, Stanis father always told her,
"Now I can go and buy a big old house — I can do that, but I'm [going to] take my money and invest it in my children's education and talent."
That investment took the actress to Julliard, where she mastered her craft and learned to write also. She has published three books, including "Situation 101: Relationships, the Good, the Bad, the Ugly."
Stanis came into the world in 1954 and rose to fame starring in the sitcom "Good Times." She played the role of "Thelma Ann Evans Anderson."
The "36 Hour Layover" star once described the TV series as a vehicle that carried the message of love, struggle, and the togetherness of family. Inspired by it, she founded Remembering the Good Times Foundation.
The foundation focuses on Alzheimer's patients and is in honor of her mother, who passed away in 2011 after battling dementia. Stanis maintains an active career and looks forward to the rest of her life.