Lance Gross from 'House of Payne' Shares Pic with Wife Rebecca Who Stuns in Backless Dress & Bejeweled Headpiece
Lance Gross and his partner, Rebecca Gross, turned heads with their exquisite ensembles while they attended an event.
Celebrity couples, Lance and Rebbeca Gross, had fans all fired up on Instagram after Lance flaunted refreshing snaps of them all dressed up.
The possibility of [Lance Gross] getting a permanent role on "Hawaii-Five 0" is pending.
In the two-photo post, the "House of Payne" star donned a classic tuxedo, which he matched with a brown hat. He completed his dashing look with a pair of brown shoes.
His celebrity stylist spouse, Rebecca, presented an elegant look, which included a floor-length bespoke worn with a pair of black heels. She accessorized with a bold hairpiece that flattered her look.
Fans in the comments were in awe of the gorgeous couple, and they made sure to put up their admirable words.
Lance and his wife are one celebrity couple that has won over the affection of fans, and their updates always keep their supporters delighted.
According to Essence, the "Our Family Wedding" star and Rebecca became parents in 2014, welcoming their daughter, Berkeley.
Gross and his partner walked down the aisle the following year, and in 2018, they had their second child, a son.
Lance and Rebecca are celebrities with busy work schedules, but they always make out time for their bundles of joy.
Once speaking at Essence Festival, Gross revealed a time when he had to choose his family over a movie project.
Ebony shares that Lance got a post-birthday gift that came in the form of his second child. The actor became a second-time dad a few days after his own birthday.
In a creative post on Instagram, the "Calvin Payne" actor announced the birth of his son while writing the baby's full names and his birth date. The excited dad wrote in his caption:
"Celebrated my Born Day on the 8th, and today I'm celebrating my son's! God is Good!"
Deadline shares that Gross was in the news back in February after he became a cast member on CBS's "Hawaii Five-0."
Lance landed a role on the show for two episodes, where he acted as ex-Marine Gunnery Sergeant. The possibility of him getting a permanent role on "Hawaii-Five 0" is pending.