Regina King Shows off Her Long Legs in a White Mini-Dress with Matching Knee-High Boots (Photo)
Regina King celebrated her Golden Jubilee Year on January 15, 2021, but this Instagram photo of the "Jerry Maguire" star proves she has not aged a day beyond 30.
Regina King is the queen of movie making and style, and of course, not aging. The actress and director turned 50 on January 15, 2021, but she barely looks a day older than 30.
A recent Instagram post by Wayman + Micah hinted that she might have discovered the mythical fountain of youth. In the couple of photos they shared, she looked like an ageless diva.
Regina King at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts for the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California.| Source: Getty Images
King tied her long braids atop her hair like a headwrap. She wore a chic white mini dress with flared sleeves from Aliétte, and her snake print white boots were to die for.
The outfit was simple in itself, but the way King carried it made all the difference. With nude lips lined with a darker shade, she kept the rest of her makeup subtle, save for the eyes.
King wore brown eyeshadow, and as usual, she lined her eyes with eyeliner, both on the lids and at the bottom, classic Regina King style. And just like that, the iconic actress made a statement without even trying.
She ended up assembling one of the most good looking casts of any movie released this season...
Fans' comments on Wayman and Micah's photo of Regina King. | Source: waymanandmicah
King's fans were obsessed with the look. "Obsessed with Paris Texas boots!" one fan gushed in the comment section. Another fan raved on about how classy she looked in the attire.
The photo was shot for Hollywood Reporter's director roundtable. King celebrated her birthday by releasing her new movie, "One Night in Miami." She wanted to make her directorial debut with a special movie, and it was a perfect fit.
Based on a play by Kemp Powers, the movie promises an intimate look into the lives of four Black male protagonists as they figure out how to thrive and survive as Black men.
As the audience are familiarized with their dreams, hopes, and doubts, they get to enjoy the humor and urgency in the way the characters talk through the symbiotic association between art, activism, and athletics.
What drew King to the characters was the potency of their debates. "I feel like we don't get the opportunity to see Black men like this," she shared in an interview with InStyle.
Although King admits it was not intentional, she ended up assembling one of the most good looking casts of any movie released this season with Leslie Odom Jr., Eli Goree, Aldis Hodge, and Kingsley Ben-Adir on board.