Nicole Ari Parker Slays in a White Bikini While Enjoying an Ocean View in a Throwback Snap
Acclaimed actress Nicole Ari Parker recently took a trip down memory lane after she shared a picture of herself in a stunning white bikini. See her beautiful snap.
"Brown Sugar" star Nicole Ari Parker seemed to be craving for nature as she shared a throwback snap of herself immersed in the moment while in a refreshing place.
The Instagram photo showed the 50-year-old veteran actress relishing the relaxing view of the ocean while slaying in a white bikini with a sheer cover-up and a gray hat.
Parker looked breath-taking in her elegant beach outfit that highlighted her ample bosom. The flawless actress also accentuated her look by wearing gold necklaces.
In her caption, she noted that the phrases "throwback Thursday" and "flashback Friday" - also known as TBT and FBF - are now overused. She asked her fans to suggest a new one, writing:
"Is there a # for a sweet Sunday memory? Please advise? ?☀️."
Eager fans flocked to the comments section to drop their suggestions. A fan wrote that the renowned actress could opt for "Serene Sunday" or "Soulful Sunday."
Other followers were quick to comment that the youthful actress could also use the word "perfect," given how she symbolized perfection in her captivating snap.
Meanwhile, Parker is busy filming her lead role in Chicago P.D., a police-centered drama series on NBC.
Parker's beach photo is reminiscent of another tropical destination she had with her husband, actor Boris Kodjoe. Amid the pandemic last year, Kodjoe managed to sweeten up their married life.
Besides a long-lasting marriage, Parker is blessed with a thriving career. She is busy filming her lead role in Chicago P.D., a police-centered drama series on NBC where she plays deputy superintendent Samantha Miller.
The mom of two described her role as a Black female police official as empowering and remarkable, adding that it is one of the toughest jobs. She felt honored to represent the role on TV.
Apart from the NBC-led TV series, Parker also shared that the "Soul Food" TV series was an empowering show that highlights the story of strong Black women. The series aired from 2000 to 2004.
The drama revolved around the ups and downs of a multi-generational Black family. Parker said it displayed the powerful side of Black women's decision-making process.