Garcelle Beauvais congratulates her niece Zee for graduating Cum Laude from San Diego State University.
Garcelle Beauvais is one proud aunt as she shared a gorgeous picture of her niece Zee posing in a white toga. Zee wore a beautiful bright red dress under it and posed beside a blue and white balloon arrangement.
Part of San Diego State University's Class of 2020, Zee graduated with Latin honors, particularly as Cum Laude. Garcelle congratulated the entire graduating batch who completed their studies alongside her niece as well.
HER OWN CHILDREN
The same way Garcelle shows love to her niece, she is also a proud mom to twins Jax Joseph and Jaid Thomas Nilon. Years after, she had a son named Oliver from her marriage to producer Daniel Saunders.
In February, Beauvais became a first-time grandmother when her son Oliver welcomed his first child. Of course, she happily shared pictures of their new bundle of joy on Instagram for everyone to see.
HER RELATIONSHIP WITH FAMILY
Through the years, Garcelle has also kept a close relationship with the rest of her family, particularly her sisters and mother. In a recent snap, she shared a throwback picture of them at an awards night, and she coincidentally found it on her mom's birthday which they celebrated as a family.
She was with her children in a Los Angeles demonstration, where they participated with thousands of other people in hopes to stop racial injustice and police brutality in America.
JOINING THE MOVEMENT
Recently, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star joined a demonstration in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Following the death of George Floyd, Beavauis found it necessary to join in on the protests, demanding change to happen, claiming "we can't sit on the sidelines!"
She was with her children in a Los Angeles demonstration, where they participated with thousands of other people in hopes to stop racial injustice and police brutality in America. Beauvais took to Instagram to share a bit of how the peaceful protest looked, with teens and parents marching down the streets with signs supporting the movement.