Kim Fields and her sister Alexis share a memorable experience together as they went to a late-night IKEA run just seven minutes before the shop was set to close.
On National Siblings Day, Alexis Fields decided to reminisce about one of the most memorable things that happened to her and Kim. Deciding to get some errands done in a nearby IKEA, they rushed to the store just minutes before closing time.
Hilariously, the two sisters still had time to play around with a cart despite being pressed for time. It is quite unclear from the video if they were able to get whatever it was they needed in time for closing.
Kim Fields attends the 2019 International Emmy Awards Gala on November 25, 2019 | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
Regardless of whether or not they got their tasks done, it was a memorable experience for both sisters that they like looking back at. After all, they're currently practicing social distancing measures at home and cannot go on late-night runs as of the moment.
Back in 2014, the then-44-year-old actress welcomed her miracle baby Quincy.
Kim Fields, known for her appearances on "Living Single" and "Facts of Life," is about to star in a new Netflix multi-cam comedy called "The Upshaws" alongside Wanda Sykes and Mike Epps. The show revolves around a working-class African-American family in Indiana struggling to make things work.
Things have also been going quite well in her personal life, as back in 2014, the then-44-year-old actress welcomed her miracle baby Quincy. After suffering from two miscarriages, the actress got her little miracle and has been enjoying motherhood.
Now that Kim Fields and the rest of her family are on quarantine due to COVID-19, her son Quincy has been giving her the best massages which made her decide to call him a chiropractor.
While getting her massage fix, the actress would ask her 7-year-old child Science questions, such as locating where her "vertebrae" is. Ultimately, she claims it's good training for her little one.
Of course, she also made sure to give her fans some advice on how to deal with being in quarantine, telling them to "hang in there." She acknowledged that while some days are worse than others, it is extra important to just hang in there as these uncertain times won't last.
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