Garcelle Beauvais of 'Jamie Foxx Show' and Sons Go Shopping after Running out of Food
Garcelle Beauvais and her kids went shopping after they ran out of food, and they have the selfie to prove it.
Due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, many people, including celebrities, were forced to stay in their various homes. However, just a few weeks into the event, some people, like Garcelle Beauvais, have already started running out of food.
The reality TV star and actress took to Instagram to share a picture of her and her twin boys, Jax and Jaid, as they hit the road in search of food.
Garcelle made headlines when she became the first African-American female to join the RHOBH franchise.
The trio looked calm as they rocked fashionable face masks and looked straight at the camera in Garcelle’s hand. While the boys opted for hoodies, their celebrity mom wore a grey top and a jean jacket as she explained in the caption:
“We ran out of food!”
It didn’t take long before Garcelle’s fans began liking and making hundreds of comments on the post.
It would be recalled that the “Jamie Foxx Show” star welcomed her sons back in 2007 when she was still together with Mike Nilon. Unfortunately, their union came to a halt in 2012 following the actress’s claim that Mike had been unfaithful to her.
Despite that snag in their relationship, ABC News reported that Garcelle vowed that Jax and Jaid would spend as much time as possible with their father as they did with her.
According to ABC News the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” TV star said in a blog that co-parenting with Mike was a blessing because they allowed each other see the kids regardless of whose turn it was to have them.
“You’re in between who do you watch out for? And you just gotta go, ‘It’s all good!’ They’re not gonna break. It’s all good.”
She has also admitted that she couldn’t have raised her two boys by herself as The Blast revealed that she showed her appreciation to her ex-husband, back in 2019.
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