Lauren London Melts Hearts Smiling with Her Two Sons Who Look like Their Dads in a Selfie
On Mother's Day, model and actress Lauren London shared a heartwarming photo of herself beaming with happiness next to her two charming sons.
"Games People Play" star Lauren London recently shared on Instagram an adorable picture of herself alongside her two sons, Kameron Carter, 11, and Kross Ermias Asghedom, 4.
The delightful photo, which received more than 1.4 million likes in a just a day, showed London and her little boys smiling at the camera, with Kameron on her left and Kross on her right.
As always, London looked radiant in the picture while showing off her signature dimples. She looked happy and content as her two loving sons surrounded her. She wrote:
"Happy Mother's Day! To yours mine ours???? [sic]."
Fans quickly commented on her post with heartwarming messages and sweet compliments about her little family. Many took notice of Kross and Kameron's natural charm. "Beautiful family," one fan gushed.
Other followers also noted Kross and Kameron's striking resemblance with their fathers. London shares Kross with Nipsey Hussle, while she shares Kameron with hip-hop star Lil Wayne.
She first welcomed Kameron in September 2009 and then Kross in August 2016. Despite having different fathers, the two boys are inseparable.
Outside of family life, London is thrilled about her recent return to acting. The 36-year-old actress stars in the film adaptation, "Without Remorse," opposite acclaimed actor Michael B. Jordan.
She plays Pam Kelly, the wife of Jordan's character John Clark. The action-thriller which airs on Amazon Prime Video was based on author Tom Clancy's 1993 novel of the same title.
She added that making the movie was cathartic, and it helped her heal in the process.
The filming took place the same year Hussle died. The rapper-activist was engaged to London before he was shot outside his Los Angeles clothing store in March 2019.
On how she managed to return to the movie screen while grieving, London said Jordan gently reached out to her. Their characters in the script also drew her in.
London was away from her children for 11 days while working on the film. She cried on set, but it helped her release the pain she had been holding in for so long.
She added that making the movie was cathartic, and it helped her heal in the process. Despite the tragedy that befell her, the acclaimed actress felt she has something to give again to the world.