Whoopi Goldberg's Granddaughter Amara Shows Her Slender Legs & Tattoos in a Black Mini Dress Outdoors
Whoopi Goldberg's granddaughter, Amara Dean, captured hearts with a photo of herself showing off her hot slender legs in a black mini-dress.
Amara Skye, daughter of award-winning actress Whoopi Goldberg, took to her Instagram stories to put her slender legs on display. The artist shared a snap, showing her dressed in a black, skin-tight mini dress.
The thin-strapped skimpy dress revealed expansive tattoos on each of her upper arms, adding an attention-grabbing detail to her light skin complexion.
Amara sat cross-legged, with a smile playing on her lips. Her hot thighs and long slender legs made it difficult to resist a second glance.
The model paired her sultry outfit with white kicks and a Louis Vuitton bag which rested casually beside her. She proudly rocked her dreadlocks in style, thereby adding a touch of her grandma's unique style to her looks.
Amara is one of Goldberg's three grandchildren from her only daughter, Alex Martin, who she welcomed as a teenager during her marriage to Alvin Martin.
Alex also became a teenage mom, giving birth to Amara when she was only sixteen. Following her 1993 marriage to businessman Bernard Dean, the actress welcomed two more children, Mason and Jerzey.
During an interview, Jerzey, who was 19 at the time, admitted she enjoyed the event and loved the creative fashion ideas.
Amara followed her family's history of giving birth at an early age. She tied the knot with her husband, Chris, in 2013 and subsequently became a mom, giving Goldberg her first great-grand baby, Charlie Rose.
To celebrate her great-grandmotherhood, Whoopi shared a video of herself trying to feed the newborn, noting that it felt awkward. She went on to admit she was undertaking the task of nursing a baby for the first time in four decades!
Aside from being a mom, Amara is a seasoned model and visual artist, according to her Instagram bio. Her siblings have also taken similar paths, forging a career in the entertainment and fashion industries, just like their grandma.
Luckily, they could count on Goldberg for all the support and adventures they need, provided it did not involve cooking. Back in 2014, Goldberg put on her grandma shoes full time to nurture her second granddaughter Jerzey's interest in fashion.
The "Sister's Act" star had her granddaughter tag along for Fashion Week at the youngster's request. During an interview, Jerzey, who was 19 at the time, admitted she enjoyed the event and loved the creative fashion ideas.
Jerzey's first Fashion Week proved to be a stepping stone in her career, as years later, she now owns the fashion brand Jerzey Kennedy Designs, which boasts of branches in New York and LA.