Kim Fields' Husband Christopher Shares a Throwback Video of His Son during 4th of July Weekend
In commemoration of the 4th of July celebrations, Kim Field's husband shares an old video of their youngest son reciting the "Pledge of Allegiance."
Christopher Morgan, Kim's husband, thrilled his Instagram followers to an adorable clip of his son, confidently reciting the American "Pledge of Allegiance" by heart.
In the video, the little boy seemed excited that he knew the words without any help from his parents. In his caption, the proud dad revealed that the recording was from a few years ago, which explains the inaudibility of some of the words.
In 2016 when [Kim Fields] and her husband starred in the 8 season of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” they made headlines when Christopher's sexuality was questioned.
However, his fans do not mind as they took to the comment section to compliment the child. Kim Fields and Christopher Morgan welcomed the young chap, Quincy Xavier Morgan, on December 3rd, 2013.
As reported by Essence, the mother of two had reportedly announced her pregnancy on "The Real," and the news was received with utter surprise as she was already 44.
Kim further revealed that the pregnancy was planned entirely because she and her husband wanted to expand their family, but she had miscarried twice.
Today reports that in an exclusive interview following her son's birth, she described it as a happy surprise because he came earlier than expected. Quincy joined his older brother, Sebastian, who was six years old at the time.
Kim Fields' career as a child actress got off to a good start when she secured supporting roles, but she is mostly known for her breakthrough role as Dorothy "Tootie" Ramsey on the 80s hit sitcom "The Facts of Life."
In a chat with Fox News, she revealed how she almost walked out of the audition but for her mother and fellow actress, Chip Fields, who encouraged her.
The outlet adds that Kim attributes her successful Hollywood career to her ability to work behind the scenes as a director. Some of her directing credits include "Living Single" and Nickelodeon's "Kenan & Kel."
In 2016 when the child actress and her husband starred in the 8 season of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” they made headlines when Christopher's sexuality was questioned by their fellow castmate, Kenya Moore.
E! News reports that Kenya had alleged that the broadway performer was gay, but he refuted the claims and accused her of making up scenarios and lying.