Kim Fields of 'Facts of Life' Shares Funny Photo With Her Son Taken in Quarantine
Kim Fields from 'Facts of Life' shared a hilarious picture of one of the challenges she is dealing with at night while trying to practise social distancing as she expressed to her fans how tired she was.
In a recent post, Fields shared with her followers on Instagram that she has been facing a few challenging practising social distancing with her youngest son.
"I's tiiired. I been MO' social while we social distancing?!?!? In clubs & lounges & live bedroom concerts and whatnot..."
Fields and her husband Christopher Morgan, are the proud parents to two boys, Quincy and Sebastian. The couple's youngest son Sebastian was a surprise addition to the family in 2007.
In an interview for "OWN: Where Are They Now," she revealed that after trying for years to get pregnant and suffering two miscarriages, she was not expecting to get pregnant at 44-years-old.
Recalling the moment, they found out about their second pregnancy; Fields said she thought she had come down with a cold and went to see the doctor after she had been sick for almost two weeks.
Morgan said after seeing the doctor, Fields walked out of the room and had a stunned look on her face before she blurted out the news that she was two months pregnant.
Having a teenager in her fifties hasn't slowed her down. Fields has been juggling motherhood and her flourishing acting career.
According to Deadline, she has landed the leading role alongside Mike Epps and Wanda Sykes in Netflix's family comedy titled "The Upshaws."
Fields will be playing Epps's wife in a series about a working-class household trying to keep their family together and dealing with an unpredictable husband.
The casting comes years after Fields and Morgan made headlines on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" for a feud with Kenya Moore after she sparked rumours about Morgan being gay, which he vehemently denied.
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