June 10, 2020
Whoopi Goldberg's granddaughter, Jerzey, looked gorgeous in a new post as she flaunted her impeccable fashion sense to the delight of fans.
Fans would reckon that Whoopi Goldberg's granddaughter, Jerzey Dean's taste in fashion is exquisite, as she makes sure to flaunt her style from time to time.
Instagram upload showed Jerzey all glammed up and looking pretty in an outdoor photo as she stood on her home's porch with a beautiful greenery background.
Dean was there with Goldberg in 2014 when her pal, Joan Rivers, passed on. At the time, it was Joan Rivers' funeral, and Goldberg was also slated to attend two fashion shows on the same day.
Jerzey's outfit stood in contrast as she rocked a black shirt that was tucked into a pair of form-fitting high-waisted black jeans. She completed her smoldering look with her long black hair teasing her waistline.
It is safe to say that Jerzey Dean has an excellent relationship with her Hollywood icon grandmother. As reported by Daily Mail, Dean was there with Goldberg in 2014 when her pal, Joan Rivers, passed on.
At the time, it was Joan Rivers' funeral, and Goldberg was also slated to attend two fashion shows on the same day. However, with the help of Jerzey, the "Sister's Act" actress was able to pull it off.
Although it was a sad day, Jerzey helped cheer her Oscar-winning grandma at the Diane Von Furstenberg and Tracy Reese's New York Fashion Week Show. Once speaking with People, Goldberg shared that her status as grandma doesn't come with cooking!
She explained that instead, her daughter, Alex Martin, was the chef. "The View" moderator told the news outlet:
"For her kids, I'm just a grandmother. They look to me for adventure…"
Hello Magazine reports that Whoopi Goldberg became a great grandmother for the first time in 2014. The family woman took to her Instagram page, where she gleefully announced the latest addition to their clan.
"The Color Purple" actress also shared that it's been long that she fed a newborn and was feeling a bit "awkward" alongside a photo of her herself holding the infant who was named Charlie Rose.
According to Biography, Whoopi's years as an actress has garnered her many accolades ranging from Grammys, Emmys to Oscars. Her fame began in 1983, with a one-woman production that earned her a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Recording.
Her exceptional role in 1991's "Ghost" saw her copping an Academy Award. Whoopi became a broadcast personality in 2007 as a co-host on "The View."