Whoopi Goldberg's Granddaughter Jerzey Leaves Little to the Imagination in Black Robe in Photo
Whoopi Goldberg's granddaughter, Jerzey, shared some sizzling photos of herself in a black robe, and this got fans swooning with admiration.
Whoopi Goldberg's granddaughter recently gave fans a look at her lovely body after she shared a steaming post on Instagram.
The young lady bared it all as she rocked a black robe while posing on a balcony that overlooked a beautiful view.
...the Hollywood icon made it known that she enjoyed being on her own and wasn't into having "forever" with another person.
Jerzey completed her look with her nicely braided hair and a display of her graceful legs. Her other photo displayed an up-close view of her face as her pretty features dazzled fans. Jerzey is one of Whoopi's three grandchildren who heavily dotes on the matriarch.
According to Good Housekeeping, the celebrity grandma shared some lovely facts about her grandkids with Michael Strahan on GMA. While she talked, it was apparent that Goldberg is a loving grandparent.
She fondly talked about her grandchildren as she informed Strahan that she enjoyed spending time with her great-grandchild. "The View" co-host also added that Jerzey and the others each had a nickname for her.
Whoopi does not only stand in constant awe of her grandkids, but she also draws strength from them, as reported by Daily Mail.
The news site shares that back in 2014, when the "Sister's Act" star lost her close pal and "Fashion Police" host, Joan Rivers, Jerzey, was there to cheer her up.
It happened that on Rivers' funeral, Goldberg had another event she was obliged to attend. And the 64-year-old was able to pull through with her granddaughter by her side.
Contrary to the fact that Whoopi has proved to be a family person at heart, she once admitted that marriage was not for her. According to Fox News, the "Nobody's Fool" actor said that she was more or less pressured into trying matrimony.
"Look, people expect you to have a boyfriend. They expect you to get married. So I kept trying to do that, but I didn't want to share information with somebody else..."
According to HuffPost, the Hollywood icon made it known that she enjoyed being on her own and wasn't into having "forever" with another person.
Referring to herself as the "round peg" and marriage as the "square hole," Goldberg opened up that she had always felt like being alone was ideal.