Steve Harvey's Lookalike Daughter Brandi Flashes Smile & Poses for Camera With Colorful Coat On
Steve Harvey's daughter Brandi is looking good in a colorful coat, as she promotes the latest episode of her wellness podcast.
Amid the rising threat of COVID-19, Brandi Harvey provides her fans with a way to keep themselves healthy and well. On Instagram, she promoted the "Beyond Her" podcast, which encourages listeners to "slay giants."
Keeping healthy and well is important for women nowadays, especially with a pandemic happening worldwide.
BRANDI'S PODCAST FOR WOMEN
Brandi adds that in 15 minutes, listeners will get to learn more about how to slay the giants of life, and to stay well through it all.
Brandi is one of Harvey's eldest children, as she has a twin sister named Karli. While Brandi is the more private one of the two, she has been stepping out of her comfort zone through the podcast.
THE IMPORTANCE OF WOMEN'S HEALTH
The 37-year-old wishes to inspire woman everyday, as aside from her podcast, she is the founder of "Beyond Her" in general, which is a women's wellness website.
Keeping healthy and well is important for women nowadays, especially with a pandemic happening worldwide. With women part of the vulnerable sector during these trying times, it is important for podcasts like "Beyond Her" to ease their worries and give them useful tips in staying strong and healthy.
THE HARVEY FAMILY IN QUARANTINE
While Brandi is working on her podcast, her father and step-mother have been hilariously sharing their home quarantine stories with their fans on social media. On a new post shared by Marjorie, Steve is seen ranting about how strict his wife is being amid the quarantine.
Although it seems Steve is irritated by his wife, Marjorie reveals that her husband is "getting in her nerves" as well. Ultimately, though, the two share a good laugh with one another towards the ends of the video.
FLATTENING THE CURVE OF CORONAVIRUS
The rest of the Harvey family has also been keeping themselves busy during Quarantine, creating fun activities for themselves to enjoy as they do their part in stopping the spread of the highly-contagious virus.
The Coronavirus pandemic continues to plague countries around the world, with the United States topping China and Italy in number of COVID-19 positive patients. Now, keeping families at home is a way to try and flatten the curve, and people are asked to comply.
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