Alfonso Ribeiro Enjoys Road Trip with Wife Angela and Their Kids after Celebrating Father's Day
Alfonso Ribeiro headed out for a fun-fullied family trip to West-Virginia with his wife and kids after Father's Day celebrations and it looks like they had a blast together.
A family man at heart, Alfonso Ribeiro never misses an opportunity to spend quality time with his clan. The actor recently enjoyed a family getaway to The Greenbrier and gave his fans a look into the fun time.
He and his wife, Angela, shared a few snapshots from their trip where they enjoyed fishing, bowling, falconry, and golfing among other things.
ALL ABOUT FAMILY AND LOVE
In the captions, the happy couple thanked The Greenbrier for making their visit unforgettable. Their four kids beamed with happiness as they enjoyed themselves in the candid photos.
Before Ribeiro and his wife shared those heartwarming pictures from their getaway, they celebrated Father's Day together as Angela gushed about her husband in a loving Instagram post.
The proud wife expressed her love for her man as she went on to share how he helps their children see the bright side of life.
You are such an exceptionally devoted father to our children, and I love the way you encourage and inspire them daily.
RIBEIRO'S CORE VALUES
Ribeiro surely inspires his kids to be good human beings. In an interview with "Life of Dad," the actor once revealed that one of the core values he instills in his kids is the importance of having confidence.
"Whenever I go and do something I think well I have already experienced the worst thing that I could ever experience."
According to the actor, self-confidence is what allows him to look back at every failure in his life as a positive experience and learn from it rather than be disheartened.
Alfonso Ribeiro, his wife Angela, and their 3 kids, pose at a Hawaiian Disney Resort & Spa on July 26, 2015. | Source: Getty Images
Ribeiro sure is a man of his words and continues to prove it by traveling the world with his family. He once shared in an interview with "Closer Weekly" that traveling is the best way to educate the family on people.
He was not wrong when he said that things are better learned when they are experienced and not just read about. His happy family of five continues to explore and learn in the best way there is: through experience.