July 01, 2020
Alfonso Ribeiro has been having a great time traveling with his family and has shared the adorable snaps to his social media.
Alfonso Ribeiro is on a fun road trip with his family, and he is sharing some adorable photos of his kids as they explore the country.
The "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" alum has taken his children on an RV road trip, and after being stuck inside, it looks like they are enjoying themselves.
Last year Ribeiro opened up about the importance of traveling with his family and even partnered with Hampton by Hilton to create the "Hampton Real Travel Road Trip Hotline" that provides comic relief for road trippers.
Speaking to Closer, he said that he believed that travel was the best way to educate his family on different types of people. He added,
"Yes you can read about things in books but nothing lands and sticks with you throughout your life than personal experience."
Each year Alfonso takes his wife Angela and their three children on a road trip to visit his in-laws, sharing that it allowed his kids to experience the world first hand.
He also revealed that he used to love traveling with his family when he was their age and wants to recreate the experience for his children.
Angela revealed that it was her husband who predicted that she was pregnant.
Last year May, the "Dancing With the Stars" star announced the arrival of his third child and their first daughter with his wife, Angela Ribeiro.
During an interview with "US," Angela revealed that it was her husband who predicted that she was pregnant. She said,
"I'm very clumsy when I first get pregnant, and Al noticed a few things and said, 'Are you sure you're not pregnant?' Turns out he was right."
Their daughter Ava joins her two brothers Anders and Alfonso Jr, as well as his other daughter Sienna Ribiero who he shares with his ex-wife Robin Stapler.
And the actor had even more good news when it wasannounced
that he would host the 30th season of "America's Funniest Home Videos."
Talking to People, he spoke about his excitement for the show, particularly the chance to bring in a younger audience.