'227' Actress Regina King Dons a White Gucci Suit with a Plaid Shirt — See Her Chic Look
Regina King, Oscar Award-winning actress who rose to fame in the classic "227" series, served an elegant look in one photo, proving that she is a world-class actress.
Actress Regina King, who starred as Brenda Jenkins in the 1980 sitcom "227," has been holding the key to the fountain of youth. The veteran actress looked ageless in her latest Instagram snap.
Lifestyle connoisseurs Wayman and Micah took to Instagram to share a picture of King elegantly dresses in an all Gucci ensemble. The actress is stunning in the designer outfit.
DRIPPING IN GUCCI
In the picture, King, who won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for the 2018 film "If Beale Street Could Talk," posed by the balcony surrounded by lush trees.
The actress dazzled in a full Gucci look with a plaid shirt matched with a white blazer and pants. King's heels are in tune with the color of her outfit as well. She let a long ribbon hang loose on her neck.
King is among the few actresses who have an age-defying beauty. She looked even more radiant when she adorned her pony-tailed hair with a golden pendant above her forehead.
Fans were stunned at the 50-year-old actress's ravishing look. Some users in the comment section praised King for her gorgeous outfit, while others described it as "major boss" vibes.
More fans peppered the photo with heart emojis, heart-eyed face images, and fire emojis. Another fan chimed in and wrote:
"Loving the whole look ❤️?."
A HARD-EARNED RECOGNITION
While King earned many praises for her fashionable look, the actress recently obtained nominations in AARP The Magazine’s Movies for Grownups Awards.
King, who also had a prolific career in directing TV shows, was nominated as Best Director for her film "One Night in Miami" and Best TV Actress for "Watchmen."
Living life under the spotlight at a young age was not easy for the actress.
A HISTORICAL NOMINATION
Not only was King nominated for the Grownups Awards, but she also scored another nomination for the 78th Golden Globe Awards for Best Director for "One Night in Miami, a critically acclaimed movie.
Earning the Golden Globes is historical for King, as she is the second African-American woman to be nominated in the prestigious awards after "Selma" director Ava DuVernay in 2014.
With all the fruits of her hard work for more than three decades in Hollywood, King, a former child star, was thankful for all the lessons she learned from "227," her first breakout show.
Living life under the spotlight at a young age was not easy for the actress. Having started acting at 14 years old, King credits her mother, Gloria, for keeping her grounded from the start.