Disgraced Bill Cosby Smiles with Wife of 56 Years, Camille, in TBT Photo Shared on Thanksgiving
Convicted actor Bill Cosby was pictured posing with his beautiful wife of over five decades Camille in a throwback photo shared to his Instagram page on Thanksgiving Day.
Convicted actor Bill Cosby has a lot to be grateful for, and his family is letting the world know just how thankful they are for the actor's life and the lives of others.
In a post shared on Bill's Instagram page, he was captured striking a pose with his wife Camille Cosby, whom he has been married to for 56 years.
The picture saw the longtime couple showing off their grey hair, with Camille donning a white silk vintage outfit and Bill rocking a patterned vintage shirt.
Camille accessorized with a gold pearl necklace and a pair of sunglasses. She flashed a charming smile while Bill stood behind her with a smile on his face as well. The picture was accompanied by a caption that acknowledged less privileged families affected by the pandemic. It partly read:
"Mrs. Cosby and I pray that you and your families are safe and healthy. Never forget the Native Americans. Thank you."
Camille tied the knot with Bill in 1964, and they have remained together ever since. Apart from being his wife, she also doubled as her husband's manager in his acting days.
Bill rose to the spotlight after producing and starring in the hit television sitcom "The Cosby Show," which aired for eight years between 1984 and 1992.
In 2018, Bill faced trial and was soon found guilty of drugging and sexually molesting one of his female friends, Andrea Constand.
For five years, the series was ranked number one in the United States, making Bill one of the most sought after Hollywood stars at the time.
However, he soon found himself trailed by allegations from nearly 60 women who claimed he had sedated and sexually assaulted them at different times.
In 2018, Bill faced trial and was soon found guilty of drugging and sexually molesting one of his female friends, Andrea Constand. In the end, he was sentenced to three to ten years in prison. But the actor might just be getting out of jail sooner than expected.
Earlier this year, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court agreed to hear Bill's appeal, with the first hearing set to be held on December 1. There, lawyers will try to cite irregularities from the first trial to present their arguments in an attempt to get the actor out of jail.