May 29, 2020
Erica Campbell and her husband recently celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary. The singer took to her Instagram page to share pictures of the white-themed event with her fans.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has put many cities around the world on lockdown over the past three months, which has caused the cancellation or postponement of several social activities.
Talented singer Erica Campbell and her husband Warryn Campbell didn't let the lockdown dampen their spirits as they still found a way to celebrate their wedding anniversary.
Amidst the ongoing self-isolation, Erica, 48, and Warryn recently celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary. The beautiful singer took to her Instagram page to share pictures from the white-themed romantic evening.
In one of the pictures, Erica posed with her husband, who leaned in behind her. They were dressed in all-white outfits in their beautifully decorated backyard. She shared the photos, writing in the caption:
"Amazing Love Amazing Man Amazing Life Amazing Night 19 Years and counting W&E The Campbells."
Erica and Warryn Campbell share three kids, daughters Krista Nicole Campbell and Zaya Monique Campbell and son Warryn Campbell III.
The Campbells make the perfect family, and in 2015, Warryn had the support of his wife and kids as he took on a new challenge as the new pastor of California worship center.
Krista told her mom that while she was in 5th grade, a few girls at school had called her "darkie."
Erica has been very supportive of her husband as he tries to grow his congregation. She has even invited some of her celebrity friends like Tamar Braxton and her husband Vince Herbert to worship in their church.
Even though they make the perfect couple, the Campbells have had their fair share of troubles. In 2014, during an interview with HipHollywood, the "Mary Mary" star subtly mentioned that she had faced some issues of infidelity in her marriage.
In 2018, during an episode of "We're The Campbells," Erica Campbell's eldest daughter, Krista Campbell, made a startling revelation about being bullied because of her skin color.
Krista told her mom that while she was in 5th grade, a few girls at school had called her "darkie" and also refused to play with her.
During a 2017 interview with Roland Martin, the gospel singer talked about her new single "Well Done," and dished on how she has been adjusting to life as a solo artist.
Back in 2013, after many years as part of the gospel singing duo Mary Mary, with her younger sister Tina Campbell, the mother of three commenced her solo career, which has so far won a Grammy Award for Best Gospel Album.