Ronnie DeVoe's Twin Sons Ronald III and Roman Flash Their Adorable Smiles While Lounging on a Chair
New Edition star Ronnie DeVoe's twin sons looked adorable in a throwback of the two-year-olds sharing a laugh as they sat together in a stylish straw chair.
Fears made the announcement on her birthday with an adorable photo shoot that featured the couple wearing complementing black outfits. Ronnie wore a comical shirt that said: "I'm the man behind the bump."
Since the birth of their twin sons named Ronald III and Roman Elijah, the couple started an Instagram page for them. It has over 60,000 followers.
Fans get a regular dose of a few of DeVoe and Fears' heartwarming moments with their children. The page has everything from mealtimes, Halloween costumes, to fun around the house with simple games like peek-a-boo.
Recently, the twins were pictured in a throwback photo from a trip the DeVoe family took to Jamaica in February 2020. The family trip to the islands was in honor of Fears' 40th birthday.
The adorable photo showed Ronald III and Roman sharing a laugh as they sat side by side in a straw swing chair. DeVoe also posted the same image and admitted that is was one of his favorite photos ever taken of his sons.
Fan also gushed over how adorable the twins looked. "They are so cute. One looks like you and one looks like your wife," said one user. A fan also commented on their bright smiles.
Beyond the posts on social media, DeVoe and Fears let cameras into their home when they appeared on season 11 of "Real Housewives of Atlanta."
During an interview on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen After Show," Fears revealed that DeVoe initially didn't want them to be on the show.
She explained to Andy that her husband was very protective and didn't want his family on television. However, she saw the show as an opportunity to share her testimony about marriage.
The reality star and singer admitted that she and DeVoe had gone through ups and downs in their marriage and the show gave them a platform to share their experience with other couples that could relate to what they went through.