February 08, 2020

Lance Gross of 'House of Payne' Fame Takes Daughter Berkeley to Martin Luther King Jr's House in Photos

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Lance Gross is on a quest to enlighten his daughter about the American Dream. The icon took the 5-year-old to Martin Luther King's historic house, storing up the memories in Instagram pictures.

Lance's daughter, Berkeley Brynn, got a few lessons on history this week as she visited the legendary Martin Luther King's birthplace. The father of two shared pictures from the outing on Instagram. One was captioned:

"Teach them young."

Actor Lance Gross attends the 13th Annual McDonald's 365Black Awards on July 1, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana | Photo: Getty Images


The phrase accompanied a pic of the five-year-old and another girl observing writing inscribed on a stone. A second post featured the little girl posed in front of the King's home. He wrote:

"Took to Martin Luther King's house today."

Another photo from the educative visit showed the tot seated happily in front of memorabilia erected to the historical leader and his wife, Coretta Scott.


The former model, who shares his daughter, Berkely, with his wife of five years, is also father to one-year-old Lennon Lorin Gross. The icon welcomed the boy in July 2018, two days after his birthday.

Since welcoming his son, the celebrity photographer has not shied away from turning the lens on his family, and sharing snaps of the growing bunch on social media.

In one of his posts, the "House Of Payne" star showed off his family of four, posing for a family selfie, with little Berkely on one side, while his wife carried their baby son by his right.


Lance has always been open about the love for his wife, and how he knew she was to be his partner and mother of his kids. He once explained:

"Your heart doesn't lie, and we clicked. She's my best friend, and I couldn't imagine my life without her. You just know. I can't put it to words, but it just happens like that. It's a sure thing."

Before his marriage to Rebecca, the actor was engaged to Eva Marcille, but their relationship ended in 2010. He got engaged to his wife that same year, welcoming their daughter four years into their relationship.


Lance and his daughter's outing to the Kings' compound would not be the first time the pair would have a father-daughter day out together.

Last year, the doting dad took his only daughter to the "Wonder Park" premiere, which was graced by top stars like Kim Jeong, Faithe Herman, Dj Damage, among others.

Photos of the duo having a blast at the red carpet flooded the media. Lance shared some of the shots on Instagram, including one of his daughter happily chewing on a mound of cotton candy.

The camera genius sure has his way of introducing the little ones to the world, without seemingly disrupting their private lives.