LisaRaye McCoy posts an adorable Mother's Day tribute on Instagram, showing four generations of her family all in one video.
LisaRaye McCoy shared a video featuring four generations of women in their family, as they greeted moms around the world a Happy Mother's Day. Their greeting extended to all those who do the roles of moms, acknowledging the work and dedication that goes into it.
"4 Generations wishing you Happy Mother's Day to ALL the mothers and those who do mothering #LifeRocks."
SPENDING TIME IN QUARANTINE
The video features Lisa's mom, Katie, herself, her daughter Kai, and her granddaughter Bella. The women are clearly having a great time together amid quarantine, and that's something that she's been showing her fans on Instagram.
Recently, McCoy was crowned Queen Mother of Ghana, which is an African tribal tradition that gives her reign over Ghana's Central Region.
Since welcoming her grandchild to the world back in 2016, Lisa has been nothing but supportive of her. In fact, the little girl is clearly a ball of sunshine in their family, keeping them happy and entertained while they follow the stay-at-home protocols in place.
ONE DOTING GRANDMOTHER
At 52-years-old, LisaRaye is a doting grandmother, and that's a job she's taken to heart. Her Instagram page is often filled with the adorable little girl's face, cherishing every moment they have together.
The actress now enjoys focusing a lot of her time on family, especially after being hard at work for years. Aside from being a member of the entertainment industry, she has also been an active humanitarian which even gained her a crown.
THE QUEEN MOTHER
Recently, McCoy was crowned Queen Mother of Ghana, which is an African tribal tradition that gives her reign over Ghana's Central Region. She got her title for her humanitarian efforts over the years, and she was chosen by the country's leaders.
After her installment as Queen Mother, McCoy pledged to use her platform to bring attention to Ghana and promised to serve their people humbly. She also acknowledged all those who have paved the way for her to be able to do work in Ghana, all of whom made it possible for her to be honored in a great way.