June 01, 2020
Actress Kellie Williams is married to Hannibal Jackson. With ten years of marriage and two kids between them, the couple has enjoyed a happy marriage.
Kellie Williams has been married to Hannibal Jackson for a decade, and with the actress's show of love for her husband on social media, it's obvious the two are still very much in love.
In a throwback picture shared in 2019, Williams and her husband were pictured wearing matching shirts as they flashed charming smiles.
"Family Matters" Cast photo taken on September 16, 1996 | Photo: Getty Images
While pointing out their support for each other, Kellie added a caption that read, "I've got his back, and he's got mine! #tbt."
Last September, the couple celebrated their 10th anniversary, and the "Family Matters" actress took to Instagram, where she shared an adorable slideshow of their pictures. In addition to the clip, Kellie wrote:
"Wow! I can't believe today is our 10th Anniversary! It's hasn't always been easy, but it's definitely worth it!"
Also, in December, the actress released pictures of herself with her lovely family. While Williams and their daughter, Hannah, rocked black dresses, Hannibal and their son, John, sported dashing looks in their black suits.
In another family picture shared on December 23, 2018, the Jacksons were all pictured wearing Christmas-themed sweaters while posing in front of a Christmas tree.
Kellie started her career as a fashion model.
Apart from these snapshots, Kellie also shared a picture of their children posing with their daddy in a stadium after seeing a live football match.
The kids rocked matching red hoodies, which they paired with baseball caps. Hannibal also spotted a grey sweatshirt alongside a cap. In William's caption, she added:
"The Triplets! We lost tonight good game Ho, Euston. #FinishTheFight #DC #Nats."
Born as Kellie Shanygne Williams on March 22, 1976, the famous actress started her career as a fashion model.
Following her modeling career, she made several stage appearances for movies such as "Joe Turner's Come and Gone," "The Colored Museum," and "Butterfingers Angel,"
When Kellie is not acting, she is committed to working on some projects which include "The Starlight Foundation International Youth Ambassador," "Famous Phone Friends, and "Great Beginnings for Black Babies."
Williams also enjoys dancing and singing and has once been a student at the University of California in Los Angeles, where she resides.