February 16, 2020
"Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" star, Alfonso Riberio and wife Angela Unkrich showed their love for nine-month-old daughter, Ava Sue, with a post on their Instagram.
The snapshot showed Ava in a white sweatshirt and red pants complimented with matching shoes and ribbon as she sat on a couch.
TV Host Alfonso Ribeiro and his Wife Angela Unkrich attend the Birthday Celebration for Keo Motsepe on November 30, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
The "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" star announced on Instagram in November that he and Angela, who got married in October 2012, were expecting their third child together.
Alfonso Ribeiro and wife Angela welcomed the baby girl during the morning hours of Monday, May 13, and they named their new daughter Ava Sue Ribeiro.
After welcoming the toddler a few months ago, the "Silver Spoon" star recently revealed that he has no plans of having any more kids.
Baby Ava is the third child for Angela, who also shares sons Anders Reyn and Alfonso "AJ" Lincoln with the actor. While Alfonso, 47, is dad to sixteen-year-old daughter Sienna from a previous relationship.
In more than one way, the year 2019 seemed to be a milestone year for Alfonso Riberio as People caught up with him at the 30th season of "America's Funniest Home Videos."
About the show, Alfonso said, "People are just falling in love with this show all over again, especially this younger generation."
Having been involved in two marriages, Alfonso Riberio has given birth to four kids. The film director shares his first child, who was born in 2003 with Robin Stapler before parting in 2006.
He also shares three kids with current wife Angela Unkrich after the couple got married in 2012. Alfonso Lincoln, Jr, the first child of the 2012 couple's arrived in 2013 before being followed by Anders Reyn in 2015.
Ava Sue, the youngest in the Riberio family, was welcomed nine months ago on May 13. After welcoming the toddler a few months ago, the "Silver Spoon" star recently revealed that he has no plans of having any more kids.
The "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" actorresponded
to the idea of him and Angela aiming for more kids bysaying
his "program has ended."