Smokey Robinson's Ex Claudette Shows Her Eternal Beauty Rocking a White Ensemble & Sequin Cape
Smokey Robinson's ex-wife Claudette is still as beautiful as ever. Check out how she shows off her eternal beauty in a white ensemble and sequin cape.
Claudette Robinson, famously called the First Lady of Motown, is not letting age get in the way of her looks. She successfully whips up great style, especially when it comes to closet choices that accentuate her beauty.
At her age and being a grandmother, she still possesses a youthful trim and continues to wow fans with her timeless gorgeousness. One of her biggest fans is daughter Tamla Robinson.
Tamla is one of the kids she shares with music legend Smokey Robinson. Tamla's Instagram showcases an array of heartwarming moments featuring her family and her parents at intervals.
Recently, she decided to dote on her adorable mother. She shared a photo of Motown's first lady looking radiant in a V-neck top that overlapped on matching colored free pants.
The outfit welcomed a third party—a sequin jacket that caped nicely around her body. Claudette posed with one leg in front of the other, giving way for her footwear to show.
At the same time, she leaned partially to one side and extended one hand in an akimbo pose. The veteran singer looked gracious, smiling, revealing her teeth, and looking away from the camera.
Amid her poses and regalia, it was hard not to notice her glittery jewelry pieces, from the necklace to the huge rocks on her fingers, that added a sparkling effect to the look.
They are revered as one of the greatest record labels of all time, with the help and guidance of her former husband.
Although she did not have a crown on, the brightness emitted from her outfits and accessories made it hard not to compare her to a queen; after all, she is the First Lady of Motown.
Claudette's perfect blond hair that swept past the side of her face complemented her body tone and glammed-up makeup. Tamla found it easy to gush on her mother, and she added the words:
"MOMMA C IS SO BEAUTIFUL. I THINK I SHOULD PUT MAKEUP ON TODAY."
Aside from looking impeccable, the seasoned songstress has built a legacy that would span for generations. She was the first female signed to Motown Records and an original member of the iconic group "The Miracles."
The band members all performed something as powerful as miracles and made magic with their songs. They are revered for being one of the greatest groups of all time, with the help and guidance of her former husband, Smokey Robinson.
Claudette still talks about the group and her colleagues' contributions during interviews; she also celebrates their achievements. To mark Motown's 60th anniversary, she also authored a children's book.
The book, titled "Claudette's Miraculous Motown Adventure," gives a fantastic and inspirational story of her journey to becoming a singer in the band.