Kellie S Williams of 'Family Matters' Celebrates Her Only Daughter's 10th Birthday
Kellie William's daughter recently turned 10, and the doting mother took to Instagram to celebrate her baby girl!
Kellie Williams is best known for her role as "Laura Winslow" from "Family Matters." While she was only a teenager by the end of the show, the actress is now a mother to two adorable children.
In an Instagram post, Williams shared photos of her only daughter, Hannah Belle Jackson, who recently celebrated her 10th birthday.
The first picture featured Hannah as a toddler while she donned a cute pink and white outfit. The second image, however, featured an older Jackson clad in a black T-shirt as she sported a cheesy smile.
In her caption, Kellie referred to her baby girl as the sweetest while asking her followers to help wish Hannah a happy birthday. She wrote:
"Please help me with my sweetest girl, a happy 10th birthday! ❤️?"
Shortly after sharing the post, fans took to the comment section where they left several sweet birthday messages. One user wrote, "She is absolutely beautiful, Happy birthday to her!" while another commented, "Happy 10th birthday Pretty Girl!!!"
Kellie made many appearances in commercials and stage performances before landing her role on "Family Matters" at 11.
Williams shares Hannah and her son, John Ervin Jackson, with her husband, Hannibal Jackson. The couple tied the knot in 2009 in a beautiful white and black themed wedding.
Asides being a devoted mother and wife, Kellie is also committed to helping young people make the best of their lives. While speaking about this, she said:
"Now, my business helps teens in Washington, D.C., create programming for themselves and their peers."
Kellie rose to fame as a child actor after appearing as "Laura Lee Winslow" on the hit 1989 sitcom, "Family Matters."
She started her career as a children's fashion model. Also, she made many appearances in commercials and stage performances before landing her role on the TV series when she was only 11.
On the show, Kellie starred alongside Jaleel White, whom she maintained a close friendship with, even after "Family Matters" came to an end.
With her performance, Williams won the hearts of many, and over the years, she has garnered several award nominations.
Presently, Kellie invests her time on non-profit projects and has collaborated with organizations such as "The Starlight Foundation International Youth Ambassador," "Famous Phone Friends," "Great Beginnings for Black Babies," and "Hollywood for Children."
Despite her busy schedule, the University of California graduate still enjoys activities like dancing and singing as a way of relaxing.