January 05, 2021
Kyra Epps, the wife of actor and comedian Mike Epps, shared on social media an adorable photo of herself and her baby daughter wearing matching red dresses.
On January 4, Kyra Epps treated her over 121,000 Instagram followers with a cute picture in which she appeared lying on the floor and wearing a mid-sleeve red dress that featured a deep neckline.
Kyra, an OWN Network executive and producer of “Iyanla: Fix My Life,” left her long and curly hair loose and added a few accessories to her outfit, including large earrings and a few rings and bracelets.
INDIANA STOLE THE SHOW
While Kyra looked nothing short of gorgeous, the highlight of the photo was her and Mike Epps’ daughter. She was sitting right in front of her mom, wearing a similar red dress.
Indiana Rose was barefoot and placed her hands right in front of her mouth while looking front. For the caption, the proud mom simply wrote, “I love you.”
The TV producer married the comedian on June 23, 2019, at the Resort at Pelican Hill in California. They only invited about 200 people, including friends and family from Indianapolis and Chicago.
[Mike’s mom], unfortunately, passed away a few days before Christmas.
MIKE ON HIS DAUGHTERS
Speaking of the rest of his daughters, he admitted in June 2016 that he didn’t have a favorite as all of them were “No. 1” in his eyes. He added that Madison, Moriah, Makayla, and Bria were all “good girls.”
After admitting to feeling blessed for his children, Mike pointed out that once you start having daughters, you see your mother, grandmother, and aunts in them.
Mike also revealed that his mother had eight sons and just one daughter, so he thinks the “gene pool switched up,” and he ended up having all the girls she wanted.
The comedian and actor confessed that while he’s grateful for all of his girls, he wishes to have a son. Since Indiana is Kyra’s first child, they might be considering having a second one.
Coming back to Mike’s mom, Mary, she, unfortunately, passed away a few days before Christmas. Although he didn’t reveal the cause of her death, he shared a heartbreaking tribute for her on social media.
In it, he thanked her for all of the life lessons he learned from her, adding that she loved his kids and family and that they had great times together. Rest in peace, Mary.
September 18, 2020