Lance Gross Shares Photos of Wife Rebecca & Daughter Berkeley Posing in Stunning Dresses While in Quarantine
Lance Gross shares photos of his wife and daughter Berkeley posing in beautiful dresses while in quarantine amid the growing threat of COVID-19 or the Coronavirus.
Millions of people around the world are currently in self-quarantine due to the growing threat of the Coronavirus, and have been thinking of different ways to keep themselves busy. For Lance Gross and her wife Rebecca, it's to dress up as if they were going to a ball.
They join millions of families in different countries around the world to try and stop the spread of the highly-contagious virus.
KEEPING BUSY DURING QUARANTINE
On a new Instagram update by Gross, his beautiful wife Rebecca Jefferson dressed up in a cream-colored dress, black stockings, and heels. She also made sure to have her hair fixed, and wore Smokey makeup and dangling earrings as well.
Meanwhile, their daughter Berkeley wore an adorable blue ball gown that featured a structured skirt, and accessorized her look with a pair of dangling earrings like her mother. Her little brother was carried by her mom, dressed in casual clothes.
PUTTING THEIR FAMILY FIRST
The "Our Family Wedding" star and Rebecca became first-time parents in 2014 as they welcomed their daughter Berkeley into their lives. They got married a year after, and three years later, they welcomed a son named Lennon Lorin.
While both Lance and Rebecca are extremely busy, they made it clear that their top priority will always be their family. In fact, one time, Gross revealed at the Essence Festival that he already chose his family over doing a movie project at one time.
A TIME OF CAUTION FOR MANY
Now, he gets to spend a lot of time with them as they practice the self-quarantine measures in place. They join millions of other families in different countries around the world to try and stop the spread of the highly-contagious virus.
In America alone, COVID-19 patient numbers have been rising on a daily basis, and more and more people are seeing the grave threat it poses to people of all ages. Because of this, they are doing their part in staying home as frontliners continue to save lives of those affected by the pandemic.
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