Ron DeVoe's Wife of 14 Years Shamari Stuns Celebrating Her 41st Birthday in a Tight Red Dress
Ron DeVoe's wife of 14 years, Shamari Fears, rang in her 41st birthday with a pledge to live her best life no matter what her age and treated her fans with this stunning photo of herself. Check it out!
Shamari Fears just turned 41, but she is not going to let her age stop her from having more fun. Celebrating her birthday in high spirits, the singer is more determined than ever to stay young at heart.
Fears shared a couple of photos of herself rocking an elegant off-the-shoulder gown in a cheerful Instagram post. The red number highlighted her enviable hourglass shape as she posed away for the camera.
Fears' toned arms and defined collar bones gave away that she is taking care of her body to always look her best self, no matter what her age.
Her gorgeous makeover featured long red curls and a luminous face accentuated by makeup. She wore false lashes, subtle eyeshadow, and a generous dab of red lipstick to top off.
Fears shared how people say physical appearances drastically change, and people may lose memory and their eyesight, but those odds will not dampen her spirits.
"I say they are mistaken, and I choose to live life to the fullest today and every day, unapologetically."
In another post, Fears shared how turning 41 is fine when one still feels like 29. She thanked her fans for all the birthday love, hoping she will be lucky enough to celebrate many more.
With plenty of bed rest and hospice care, the reality star gave birth to her healthy sons.
Fears is the wife of New Edition member Ronnie "Ron" DeVoe. The pair shares two children, Ronald and Roman. The twins' lives were at risk when Fears was pregnant with them.
When she felt was something was wrong with her cervix amid her pregnancy, the doctors insisted she was okay. She was adamant about it, and when they did some tests, they found her cervix was opening.
With plenty of bed rest and hospice care, the reality star gave birth to her healthy sons. She would not be able to go through the difficult time if it was not for her family's love and support.