Fans Say Judge Glenda Hatchett and Her Grandson Charles V Look like Twins in a New Photo
Celebrity Attorney Glenda Hatchett shared a lovely throwback of her and her grandson, and fans thought they were twinnies!
Star Judge Glenda Hatchett was in the mood for a throwback on Instagram. She posted a heartwarming photo of her and her grandbaby looking radiant and sharing a family moment.
Hatchett was dressed in her court garb while she wore her hair in a cropped hairstyle. Glenda sported a bright red lipstick while completing the shot with a bright smile.
The little boy in her arms wasn't left out as he looked adorable in a navy blue baby ensemble and bore a bright smile similar to his granny's. The little one also had his chubby hands wrapped around Hatchett's neckpiece in the shot.
In the comments, the "Court Show" album's fans stood in awe of the beautiful grandma and her little one. Someone chimed: "Such a great picture!" A second fan added: "He's such a cutie."
Some fans thought the baby boy was the spitting image of his celebrity granny. A fan shared: "He looks like your clone." Another added: "... He looks just like you, Judge." Someone else mentioned: "Twinning!"
JUSTICE FOR NEW MOMS
Judge Glenda Hatchett, who hosts "The Verdict With Judge Hatchett," joined forces with her son, Charles Johnson, to help fight against maternal mortality. This development was initiated following the tragic passing of his wife, Kira Johnson.
Kira, 39 at the time, was pregnant with the couple's second child. Although she had the baby, Kira lost her life. The hospital was sued for wrongful deaths and negligent infliction of emotional stress. Charles and his star mom also started the "4Kira4Moms organization to help prevent such incidents from happening to other families.
The Georgia native bagged a degree in Political Science in 1973, at Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts. She went on to obtain a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in Law, four years later.
In the early 2000s, Glenda joined showbiz after getting an offer from Sony Pictures. The show, "Judge Hatchett," got two Emmy nominations and ran for eight years.
The 65-year-old public figure started her law firm, "The Hatchett Firm," in 2014. Over the years, Glenda has garnered an impressive number of accolades ranging from TV to social justice. The Girls Scouts of USA listed her among the ten National Women of Distinction. Hatchett has authored some books on life coaching.