Reality icon Rev Run enjoyed blissful family time with his star daughter, Angela Simmons, and her little son, Sutton, as they all got busy with finding the best pumpkins.
Rev Run's loved ones looked radiant amid a fun-filled afternoon as they took out time to relish family moments while picking pumpkins. On her Instagram page, Run's daughter, Angela Simmons looked as gorgeous as ever as she shared sweet snapshots from her and her family's precious time together.
In one of her posts, Simmons showed heart-melting mother-son moments with her young son, Sutton, as they were photographed in a pumpkin garden while sharing a good laugh.
Angela Simmons at the Ladies Love R&B event at Gold Room on May 16, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia | Photo: Getty Images
The first picture showed Simmons rocking a baggy camouflage jacket and a pair of ripped jeans. Angela completed her look with a pair of black boots while her dark hair fanned her makeup-free face.
Angela and her little boy might be all sunny and smiling, but the duo has had to quell some sad moments regarding her late ex-fiancé.
The star mom stylishly crouched beside her adorable lookalike son who sported a fancy two-piece outfit that included a dark blue sweatshirt and matching jogger pants. Little Sutton's outfit included sneakers and a funky neck chain. Simmons gushed in her caption:
"My little pumpkin."
The next slide showed Simmons and Sutton cuddling up and stirring hearts while she placed a warm kiss on the boy's cheek. In the last pic, Sutton and his mom showed their uncanny resemblance as they presented a similar smile for the camera.
The shoe designer's other post was even more beguiling as she gave fans a glimpse of her star dad showing pure love to his tiny grandson. The duo was photographed in a divine moment where Rev Run got a big smile out of Sutton.
Angela and her little boy might be all sunny and smiling, but the duo has had to quell some sad moments regarding her late ex-fiancé and Sutton's dad, Sutton Tennyson.
In 2018, Tennyson was shot dead in Georgia, Atlanta and although he and Simmons called it quits a year before his death, the duo were already parents to a son.
Simmons once recalled that Sutton Jr. asked if his dad was alive which prompted her to share some of his images with the tot. She shared that the moment brought tears to her eyes, surprised that the boy would ask if his dad was alive.
The "Growing Up Hip Hop" star who stays candid about her life once shared that she endured domestic violence in an older relationship which she referred to as one of the "worst times" in her life.
With her program, "Pressure Makes Diamonds," Simmons reaches out to young women enduring domestic violence as her way of being their voice and helping them get out of such vices.
During the pandemic lockdown, the 33-year-old mom voiced out on social media the challenges that came with being a single mom. Simmons shared that being a parent was even more tasking amid quarantine as she worked on balancing her personal life, work, and motherhood.