Keshia Knight Pulliam of 'Cosby Show' Fame Shares Pics of Daughter Ella with Her Dolls on Stairs & in Mom's Bed
Keshia Knight Pulliam recently posted two stories of adorable photos of her daughter playing with dolls on Instagram.
Many parents have taken the period of self-quarantine to get closer to their children, including Keshia Knight Pulliam, who seemed to have spent time with her daughter in recent Instagram stories.
ADORABLE PHOTOS OF ELLA
The “Cosby Show” alum took to Instagram to share a glimpse of her day with her daughter, Ella Grace Hartwell.
Pulliam posted two photos on her stories, the first of her daughter lying down on the bottom of their staircase, while a few dolls took the same position on the steps above her.
The second photo showed little Ella comfortably lying down while using a phone, beside her three baby dolls and Olaf stuffed toy.
The toddler often appears on her mom’s social media accounts, allowing fans and followers to see her journey growing up.
Pulliam shares her daughter with former NFL player Ed Hartwell, whom she married on January 1, 2016. Sadly, their marriage ended in July of the same year.
Pulliam and Hartwell faced a legal battle over their three-year-old’s custody. The actress was accused of restricting her estranged husband to see their child.
The mom-of-one further rebutted that Hartwell only visited Ella twice in September 2018 and missed most of his supposed visits.
She further added that her ex-husband was making claims to mislead the court to sanctioning her instead of him.
Last year, the Africa-American star ventured into a business that supports black businesswomen, specifically African-American entrepreneurs.
Her company, together with Arian Simone, Fearless Fund, pulled $5 million to start-up companies in the next few years.
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We’ve been busy!! Only 2% of Venture Capital Investors are African American & less than 1% are women. We decided to be a part of the solution by investing in our community!! I am so excited to announce that @Ariansimone & I have started The Fearless Fund... A fund for us by us!! Our mission is to bridge the gap in venture capital funding for women of color founders building scalable, growth aggressive companies. Follow our journey @fearless.fund !! 📸: @dewaynerogers
She took to Instagram to share her success and said:
“We’ve been busy!! Only 2% of Venture Capital Investors are African American & less than 1% are women. We decided to be part of a solution by investing in our community!!”
The partners were able to convince successful individuals such as Morehouse College Entrepreneurship professor Rodney Sampson and Venture Capital firm owner Tracy Gray.
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