Regina King Looks Regal as She Flaunts Perfect Legs & Glowing Skin in Blue Dress & Gold Heels
This year, Regina King won her fourth Emmy for her role in "Watchmen" and the star shared a stunning photo of herself wearing a regal blue dress and golden heels.
This year, the Emmy Awards were a little different, as the coronavirus pandemic meant that the ceremony had to be held virtually.
However, that does not mean that the stars did not get dressed up for the occasion, including Regina King who wore a stunning blue dress.
The star won the Outstanding Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie award for her role on "Watchmen," making this the fourth time she has won an Emmy.
For the ceremony, King wore a beautiful blue gown with gold appliques which she matched with a pair of gold heels, captioning her photo:
"Lady In The Blue Dress."
Also in the photo, fans noticed a tattoo on her forearm featuring the Hebrew symbols for "unconditional love" which the star spoke about during an appearance on "The View."
During the interview, she revealed that both she and her son Ian Alexander Jr. have the same tattoo which they both got while studying Kabbalah.
The star won an Oscar for her performance in "If Beale Street Could Talk."
While she may now have four Emmys and an Oscar, King has said that she feels like Hollywood is only just starting to take notice of her.
The star won an Oscar for her performance in "If Beale Street Could Talk" and also just made her directorial debut with "One Night in Miami." She said:
"Maybe now that I'm in my 40s, people in position of power are recognizing it. But everything I've ever approached, I've approached powerfully."
This was the second time a Black woman had won the award with its previous winner being Viola Davis in 2015 for "How To Get Away With Murder."
King is one of two actresses who have won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress without a SAG nomination since 1995.
She first began her career after appearing on the show "227" followed by "Boyz n the Hood," gaining mainstream recognition as Cuba Gooding Jr.'s wife in "Jerry Maguire."