August 30, 2020

Shaunie O'Neal Shares Cute Throwback Pic with Sons Shareef and Myles – Check Out Her Ageless Look

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Shaq O'Neal's ex-wife Shaunie shared a rare throwback photo in which she looked like she hadn't aged a day. The reality star gushed over two of her children as she reflected on that moment.  

Shaquille O'Neal and his wife Shaunie had already welcomed two children, Shareef and Amirah, by the time the couple wed in 2002.

Only a year after welcoming their youngest child and daughter, Me'arah Sanaa, the basketball legend filed for divorce. Recently, Shaunie was reflecting on her past. It didn't have anything to do with her ex-husband as the mother of five was reminiscing over old photos of her children.


In honor of "Throwback Thursday," Shaunie shared a photo of herself with her two sons, Shareef and Myles, who is her firstborn son from a previous relationship.

Shareef honored his mother by getting a tattoo of her face on his leg.

The photo showed them dressed in matching white shirts. The doting mom admitted in her caption that she wished her boys could go back to that tender age.


Although Shareef and Myles have aged and gotten just as tall as their famous father since that photo was taken, Shaunie hasn't aged a day. "OMG. You still look the same and Even more beautiful," admitted one fan.

While many fans thought the boys looked adorable, Myles and Shareef commented on the photo and had a good laugh at themselves. A user pointed out that Shaunie looked like her teenage daughter.

A fan commented on a photo of Shaunie O'Neal with her two sons, Shareef O'Neal and Myles O'Neal | Source:


Unlike his younger siblings, Myles has chosen a career off the basketball court and found his calling in music and fashion.

According to W Magazine, at 20-years-old, he modeled at New York Fashion Week in 2018. Myles turned his love for designer clothes into a career in modeling, and he is also a DJ.


Shareef recently transferred to Louisiana State University to play for the LSU Tigers. His sister Amirah joined him as a freshman only days ago.

After a tough year of recovery from heart surgery in 2018, Shareef honored his mother by getting a tattoo of her face on his leg. Shaunie shared a video of the tattoo.  She admitted that she was speechless, but that she loved it.

Shaunie has been struggling to cope with Shareef and Amirah being at college. In a candid post days earlier, she admitted that it was difficult dropping them off at college.

The "Basketball Wives" star revealed that with everything going on in the world, she was tempted to go back to LSU and move in with her children.