Whoopi Goldberg's Granddaughter Amara Shows Black & White Hairdo in an Emoji Mask & Cool Hat
Whoopi Goldberg's grown grandchild, Amara, showed off a tasteful style inspiration in her new media update, adding some funky fashion items and posing for the gram.
Whoopi Goldberg's granddaughter, Amara, had her Instagram fans gushing over her groovy sense of style as she rocked protective outfits that were far from boring.
The outdoor photo had Amara rocking a black patterned bucket hat over her jazzy black and white tresses while she was covered up in a puffy orange jacket. The star sported a piece of necklace.
Whoopi Goldberg at the "I Got Somethin' To Tell You" screening and Q+A at SVA Theatre 1 on April 22, 2013 | Photo: Getty Images
Amara's outfit came complete with a bright yellow emoji-face nose mask that bore a hilarious tongue-out expression. The star posed with her face away from the camera while sharing in her caption:
“Skeezonardo Da Vinci #ThinikingOfAMasterPlan #Smile #BlackExcellnce #Focused…”
The other series of hashtags she attached to the post carried motivational messages. Her fans were not a disappointment as they showed approval for the spiced up pandemic glam.
Since 2007, Goldberg has sat on "The View" as the moderator airing her opinions.
Amara's grandmother has established a pivotal place in the film industry for myriads of African-American acts. The "The Color Purple" star was part of those that helped increase African-American representation in Hollywood.
Goldberg, an EGOT winner, made a name for herself in "The Color Purple," and she keeps being relevant for her role and many other milestones until this day. Outside her career, she is a mom, grandma, and great-grandma.
The TV star has only one child, Alexandrea "Alex," Martin from her marriage to Alvin Martin. Alex went ahead to welcome three children, Amara Skye, Jerzey, and Mason Dean.
The trio is all grown and making moves in their chosen fields. Amara is a skilled visual artist who focuses on acrylics and spray painting. She once shared that Goldberg's influence on her art career was profound.
In 2014, she welcomed her first child, Charli Rose, making Goldberg a great-grandma. The actress introduced her great-granddaughter on Instagram with a cute video of her feeding the tot from a bottle.
For her 64th birthday, the "Sister Act" star was in the news after she gathered a few of her friends to celebrate at the New York City restaurant and club Tao Downtown.
The 2019 occasion was filled with cheer, and the mother-of-one was said to be in the best mood, belting out moves on the dance floor. Her guest list included stars like Tiffany Haddish, Jane Krakowski, and Phylicia Rashad.
Since 2007, Goldberg has sat on "The View" as the moderator airing her opinions, which sometimes bordered on controversial topics. Many of the topics discussed bordered on sensitivity, but Goldberg stays at the top of her game.
Besides "The View," Goldberg also delved into directing, going behind the scenes on the documentary "Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley." She also launched a medical marijuana line to help women curb menstrual pains.