"Growing Up Hip Hop" star Angela Simmons' son Sutton Joseph Tennyson warmed hearts with his expert swimming skills in this video shared by his proud mom on Instagram.
The internet cannot get enough of Angela Simmons' adorable son, Sutton Joseph Tennyson, who recently enjoyed a refreshing weekend with his mother.
Giving her fans a glimpse into their fun day, Simmons shared a video of him showing off his swimming skills in a pool. The "Growing Up Hip Hop" star was surprised to see his impressive drill.
Angela Simmons at WE tv's celebration of "Growing Up Hip-Hop" Season 3 on July 20, 2017 | Source: Getty Images
While inside the pool, Sutton Jr. plunged deep into the water on the count of three and did a backflip while still inside. He emerged with a big smile on his face, giggling as his mother asked where he learned the trick.
"This kid is like a little fish. Sundays are the best days to reset," Simmons captioned the video that her fans were playing on repeat. The little one's smile and beautiful eyes stole many hearts.
"He's adorable. Mommy you have your hands full with little king," one fan wrote. Many were jealous of Sutton's long eyelashes. "Them eyelashes," a fan gushed.
Simmons and Tennyson got engaged in April 2016, but they called it off amid cheating rumors.
Fans' comments on Angela Simmons' post. | Source: Instagram/angelasimmons
Sutton Jr. was born in December 2020. Simmons took to Instagram to announce the happy news with a cute post that saw her holding the baby boy.
"The best part of life has just begun," Simmons captioned the post. She shared her son with her late ex-fiancé, Sutton Tennyson, who was shot to death on November 3, 2018.
Simmons and Tennyson got engaged in April 2016, but they called it off amid cheating rumors. After Tennyson's death, Simmons shared she would take care of their son in every way possible in a post:
"Thank you for leaving behind my greatest gift . I'm hurting. I'm numb."
Amid the pandemic, Simmons reached out to her fans to pray for the single moms facing challenges each day while cooped up at home with their kids.
The message was accompanied by a sweet photo of Simmons and Sutton Jr. The little one looked cheerful as always while Simmons looked like she could really use a break.
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