Niecy Nash Looks Fabulous Rocking a Black Bra & Floral Ensemble in Pics with Wife Jessica Betts
Niecy Nash and her wife Jessica Betts got all dressed up in chic printed outfits during what looked like a family get-together in this sweet Instagram post.
Niecy Nash and her wife Jessica Betts turned up the casual glam in a bunch of photos the "Claws" star shared on social media following what seems like a family outing.
Taking to Instagram, Nash shared the photos that see her and Betts dressed in printed outfits. She looked stunning in a long floral skirt and matching outer with puffed sleeves.
Niecy Nash attends the 49th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium on January 15, 2018. | Source: Getty Images
Nash wore a black bikini underneath and showed off her curves. Meanwhile, Betts looked fresh in a printed black shirt with black pants. She wore black shades and Gucci sneakers to go with the outfit.
While Betts' hair was short, Nash styled her long braids into a thick high bun with loose tresses cascading down towards her hips.
Nash accessorized the look with icy necklaces, one of which featured a big Chanel locket. She also wore big hoops and bangles. And just like that, she and Betts were ready to turn heads.
She was happily married to her ex-husband, Jay Tucker, when she met Betts for the first time.
The snaps came a couple of days after Nash celebrated her 51st birthday with a sunny vacation by the beach wearing a sizzling bikini set. The photos left the internet gasping.
Nash rocked a rainbow bikini and cover-up with frills. One of the videos saw her dancing while using her phone. Another one was PDA-packed with the actress straddling Betts in an infinity pool.
Betts and Nash exchanged vows during a surprise wedding in 2020. In an interview with People, Nash could not stop gushing about her wife and said her marriage to Betts had nothing to do with gender.
"I was not suppressing my sexuality my whole life. I love who I love."
Nash's decision to marry Betts was a huge shocker to her fans but she wanted to marry someone who she loved in the moment regardless of their gender.
Nash refused to limit herself on what stereotypical love should look like. She was happily married to her ex-husband Jay Tucker when she met Betts for the first time.