Nia Long of 'Empire' Gets Praised for Her Legs in New Photo of Family Spending Time Outdoors
Famous American actress Nia Long takes to social media to share a picture that shows off her perfect legs as well as her new favorite pastime — spending time with her family outdoors.
Nia Long is an American actress popularly known for her roles in the television series, "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," "Third Watch," and "Empire."
The 49-year-old actress recently took to her Instagram page to share a photo that saw her spending time outdoors with her family. In the photo, she could be seen lounging in the sun reading a book titled, "My Sister, the Serial Killer."
Though the book provoked a lot of comments from fans who had either read it or were in the process of doing so, it was her nicely toned legs that caught the attention of most with several fans commenting on how "nice" they looked.
Her husband, Ime Udoka, and son could also be seen in the background, and like Long, they also had their noses buried in a book. She captioned the post:
"Hey guys, this is a fun read. Thankful for the sun and LEGO's today."
Long started dating Ime Udoka in 2010, and they have a son — born in 2011. The couple got engaged in May 2015. She also has another son — born in 2000 — from a previous relationship with Massai Dorsey.
Nia's son with Udoka was named Kez while the other boy she had with Dorsey is called Massai. Though her relationship with Dorsey did not work out, both of them are glad for the son they brought into the world.
According to her, success is best shared with someone you love.
Massai is reportedly a skilled baseball player who attends Eastern Kentucky University. He also allegedly plays for the Birmingham Varsity Baseball Team in Los Angeles, CA.
The baseball player's mom is his biggest fan, and she can often be seen posting news of his achievement all over her social media pages.
Massai is not the only sports inclined gentleman in Long's life as her fiance, Udoka, is said to have been a professional basketball athlete before going on to become an assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs.
In an interview she had in 2013, the talented actress spoke about the importance of being aware of the love and not pushing a good thing away.
"You have to have an open heart to be vulnerable to accept it when it does come," she said. According to her, success is best shared with someone you love.