"The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" actor Alfonso Ribeiro's three kids looked festive in a recent heartwarming Instagram snap that was shared by his gorgeous wife, Angela.
The Christmas holidays are every child's favorite time of the year, and one of the best parts is dressing up for the festivities. Christmas pajamas are a staple, and Hollywood celebs make sure their children don't miss out on the fun.
Actor and TV presenter Alfonso Ribeiro's wife of eight years, Angela Ribeiro, recently shared a cute snap of their three kids, Alfonso Jr., Ava Sue, and Anders, posing in matching festive pajamas.
The photo featured the three kids sitting on a staircase, with the youngest, Ava Sue, sitting on the lowest step with one finger in her mouth. Older brothers Anders and Alfonso sat one above the other sporting big excited smiles.
The three adorable kids were pictured rocking matching red and white reindeer-printed pajamas from Loved Baby, complete with printed knit-hats.
In the caption, Angela wished her followers a Merry Christmas, and in the comments section, fans echoed her sentiments and wished the famous family a wonderful holiday.
Ribeiro opened up about how playing the snobby character on the show resulted in many doors being closed for him.
Ribeiro rose to fame when he perfectly portrayed the character of Carlton Banks in the nineties sitcom, "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." In fact, he portrayed his role so well that he suffered from typecasting after the show ended.
The actor said for years he could only find work in similar roles, and in some cases, he wasn't cast in shows because they thought of him as one character. Ribeiro admitted that there was a time he felt resentment toward his character.
In an interview with The Ringer, Ribeiro opened up about how playing the snobby character on the show resulted in many doors being closed for him.
In an effort to continue working, the " Catch 21" presenter expanded his skill set beyond acting and ventured behind the camera as a director, where he scored credits on shows like "One on One" and "Meet The Browns."
Despite being warned that he would struggle to find his way back to TV screens again, Ribeiro persevered and opened yet another door for himself as a game show host and TV presenter.
He eventually landed the job of the presenter on the "America’s Funniest Home Videos," which is now on its 31st season. The move solidified his career and reputation as a multi-talented artist.