Niecy Nash Shows Major Thigh Posing in a Long Skirt — See the Mirror Selfie
Niecy Nash is showing some major thigh in the latest picture shared on her Instagram stories. Check it out now.
Niecy Nash had a major thigh moment in the latest photo shared to her Instagram showing her rocking a gorgeous orange skirt.
The Emmy award-winning actress has appeared in shows like "When They See Us," and "Claws," and first made her debut into acting with her role on "Boys on the Side."
Today the star has made a name for herself, particularly as a comedic actress. She regularly posts photos of herself, and in her latest picture she jokingly advised, "Know thigh self."
Nash is also a mother and regularly posts photos of her daughter Dia, including one of them celebrating her high school graduation. She said:
"The world is waiting on you Babygirl. Shine bright! Be fearless! Love hard! Mama will always have your back! Go on and fly."
In addition to her daughter, Nash also has two other children, Donielle and Dominic, who she shares with her ex-husband Don Nash.
The former couple divorced in 2007 and in 2011, the star moved on with Jay Tucker. However, the pair recently split up.
She advised couples not to put too much pressure on themselves.
Last year, Nash opened up about marriage and discussed what it took to make a successful relationship, saying that she and Tucker genuinely liked each other.
She advised couples not to put too much pressure on themselves as things would fall through the cracks, adding:
"The thing that marriage has taught me about loving someone else, is that love is selfless. You are not giving a person what's easy for you to give, you are giving them what's required."
However, she refused as she wanted to have more children and did not want to lose weight, adding that she surrounded herself with supportive people.
The star credits her portrayal of Nurse DiDi Ortely in "Getting On" as her breakthrough role, even resulting in two Emmy nominations.
In addition to her acting career, Nash is the front person for "Mothers Against Violence in Schools," started by her mother, after her brother was shot and killed while in highschool.