Porsha Williams of RHOA Turns Heads with Her Short Hairdo Posing in a Gray Sweater & Leggings
"RHOA" star Porsha Williams turns heads with her short hairstyle as she poses in a casual gray sweater and leggings in a post shared on her Instagram just a few days ago.
Porsha Williams oozes confidence in a stunning shot of the reality television actress posted on her Instagram recently. Williams is radiant in an informal ensemble lounging on a couch.
Williams is cozily dressed in a woolly gray long sleeve top and black leggings. With one thigh slightly elevated, she shows off her thick thighs and hints at her curvy figure beneath her comfortable attire.
Several fans complimented Williams on her close-cropped hairdo, which allowed the star's facial features to take central focus in the picture. Williams' make-up is impeccable.
Williams paired a glossy nude lip with a subtle smokey eye, which just completes the look. She tagged her make-up artist and the musicians she expected to perform at the Super Bowl, saying:
"#SuperBowlSunday *Waiting on @jazminesullivan to kill it and @theweeknd dass it!"
Williams recently went on a trip with the other "RHOA" girls arranged by Kenya Moore to celebrate her birthday. However, Williams was really outraged when she discovered that Moore had brought her child without inviting the other girls' kids.
Williams' ex-fiance, Dennis McKinley, surprised the show and cast when he dropped her off. He would be taking care of their daughter, Pilar Jhena, while she was away.
Williams has only recently reflected on the impact her dad's absence made in her relationships with men.
PJ, as she is nicknamed, is already miles ahead of other toddlers her age. Apparently, the tot is already preparing to go to school, as portrayed in an adorable image posted to her mother's Instagram.
Pilar seems very creative and eager to start the formal education process. In another picture, Williams showed off one of her daughter's artworks and, in another, the little girl painting. Williams commented:
"The love of my life."
Although Williams and McKinley broke up, they were both committed to co-parenting PJ to the best of their ability. Williams wants McKinley to be a part of their daughter's life, mostly since her own father was not.
Williams has only recently reflected on the impact her dad's absence made in her relationships with men. Williams' father died when she was a teenager, and her parents had divorced when she was only three-years-old.
Williams' sister, Lauren, lived with their dad and therefore had a much closer and personal relationship with him, which Williams only found out later. Lauren seemed to have much happier memories with their dad.
Williams believes that it could have been her father's loss and meager presence that resulted in her entering several abusive relationships. Williams' book "The Pursuit of Porsha" explains more about these experiences.