February 16, 2021
Talented actress Tatyana Ali admits she misses her kids as she shares a cute picture of herself in braids while self-quarantining away from her family.
Tatyana Ali burst into fame while portraying the role of Ashley Banks in the popular NBC sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" from 1990 to 1996.
Nowadays, Ali dedicates much of her time to raising her two beautiful young boys, and she proudly flaunts her relationship with them on her Instagram page.
Since becoming a mom, Ali has been nearly inseparable from her kids, but that streak was recently broken due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
Ali recently shared a cute selfie picture of herself rocking big braids and wearing a wine-colored Harvard varsity hoodie. However, it was not her beautiful natural look that caught her fans' attention, but her post's caption. She wrote:
"#quarantini day 1."
Ali's Instagram followers immediately jumped on her comments section to ask about her well-being, and the actress quickly assured them she was in good health.
While responding to fans' questions, Ali admitted she misses her babies and also explained she just returned from a trip, and so she had to self-isolate from her family until her next test.
It was Ali's first time dating online, and after exchanging letters with Rasberry for months, they eventually agreed to meet in person.
Ali's self-quarantining period would be most felt by her youngest son, Alejandro Vaughn Rasberry, who is still very attached to the 42-year-old actress.
The "Love That Girl!" star and her husband, Dr. Vaughn Rasberry, welcomed their youngest son, Alejandro, on August 15, 2019. Shortly after his birth, Ali opened up to Essence about the newest addition to her family. She said:
"Vaughn and I are gushing with joy over the birth of our newest family member. Our sleepless nights are deliriously fun."
Ali and Rasberry also share another son, Edward Aszard Rasberry, born on September 16, 2016. The lovebirds welcomed their first child shortly after getting married on July 17, 2016.
The two initially met in 2015 on the popular dating site eHarmony. It was Ali's first time dating online, and after exchanging letters with Rasberry for months, they eventually agreed to meet in person.
Ali and Rasberry struck up an instant connection, and barely a year later, they announced they were engaged and also expecting their first child together.
In the years that have followed, the couple has done a great job raising their two boys together. And so Ali can countdown on her time in self-isolation, knowing that her boys are in good hands.