Angela Simmons from 'Supermodel' Shares Sweet Pics of Special Time with Son Sutton at Disneyland
Angela Simmons from "Supermodel" spent some quality time with her son Sutton at Disneyland where they shared a kiss at the park's main boulevard.
Angela Simmons would do anything for her son Sutton, and she made sure to use her free time wisely by taking the little man to Disneyland. The lovely mother-and-son duo were all smiles as they enjoyed the park for an entire day, before posing for a picture at night.
A LOVELY DAY AT DISNEYLAND
To fit into her park surroundings, Angela donned a Stitch hoodie from the hit Disney show "Lilo and Stitch," while her little man donned a green jacket, a black top, and skinny jeans. He held on to a toy casing which his mom most likely bought him in the park.
Even at her son's young age, Simmons made sure to let him know about what happened to his father.
THE FATHER FIGURES IN SUTTON'S LIFE
While it's mostly just Angela and Sutton spending time together most of the time, a recent interview on "The REal" found the reality TV star answering a question about the father figures in her child's life. It turns out, she doesn't ask anyone to be a father figure in her son's life, as she has her family for that.
"I would never ask him or anyone to step up for my son. We have an amazing family. My dad. My brothers. I wouldn't do that."
THE TRUTH ABOUT SUTTON'S FATHER
Even at her son's young age, Simmons made sure to let him know about what happened to his father. Sutton's dad, Sutton Tennyson, died after being shot at an Atlanta home in November 2018. While they've already called off their relationship then, the little guy still remembers details about his father.
One time, Sutton saw a white car that resembled the one his dad used to drive, pointing to it and calling for his dad. Hoping to have her child remember his father, she showed him pictures of Tennyson. It was at that moment when she was surprised when he asked if he was alive.
Emotionally, Angela had to explain that he wasn't, and it wasn't something she had an easy time doing because her son was only three. Ultimately, she explained that "he's in Heaven, he's with God."