October 03, 2020
Shannon Walker Williams, actress and wife of famous American basketball star Ray Allen, looked gorgeous in a floral wreath as she posed alongside their four sons in matching outfits in a post on Instagram.
In a recent Instagram post, Shannon Walker Williams looked stunning as she posed in a floral wreath along with her four sons.
The lovely photo posted on Monday garnered several positive reactions from her fans and followers as they could not get enough of the famous basketball star, Ray Allen's beautiful family.
Ray Allen of the Miami Heat and his wife Shannon Walker Williams during his charity golf tournament on January 27, 2014. | Photo: Getty Images
In the picture, Williams posed alongside her four sons for a candid family photo. The handsome boys had on similar outfits - a crisp white long-sleeved T-shirt and brown pants.
Their mother also had on a beautiful V-necked white dress and a colorful flower wreath sitting delicately around her head. Beaming into the camera, the five of them struck an adorable pose. Williams captioned:
"Every day is #NationalSonsDay! I ? my WRA's ? @aprilbellephotos."
Allen, a former award-winning Minnesota Timberwolves player and Milwaukee Bucks starter, met Williams in 2004, and it was love all the way. After a long period of courting, the couple married in 2008.
They went on to have four sons together, Walter Ray Allen III, Wynn Allen, Walker Allen, and Wynstan Ryan Allen. Despite the time and age, the couple's love has only waxed on stronger.
Williams achieved fame outside the glare of her husband's success. She was a member of the old-time music group, "Shades," along with Danielle Andrews, Tiffanie Cardwell, and Monique Peoples.
The group was formed while four of them were students at Northeastern University. They hit their big break when they released their first studio album in 1997 and were signed to the famous "Motown Records."
After the group split later that same year, Willams went on to star in several movies such as "Girlfight," "Bamboozled," and "Britney, Baby, One More Time." With faith in her culinary skills, the mother of five went on to open her restaurant in Florida.
Without pointing to the fact that she has four kids, the star is also a lover of children. She opened Life After Basketball along with her husband, Allen, and made a documentary about an orphanage for blind children in China.
The couple has had their fair share of tough times. In 2008, their son, Walker, diagnosed with diabetesd. Allen had been away for the NBA finals at the time and Williams had to take charge of the situation.
After a series of tests, it was revealed that the then-17-month-old child's blood sugar was poisoning him and there was a likelihood of death. Fortunately, Walker pulled through after an insulin shot and the family went on to celebrate the NBA championship.