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Morris Chestnut's grown-up daughter shows off her modeling skills in white swimsuit in photo

Edduin Carvajal
Jun 27, 2018
03:11 P.M.
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Paige Chestnut, the only daughter of actor Morris Chestnut, took to Instagram to share a photo of herself posing in a beautiful bathing suit.

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The image showed the 20-year-old woman sitting on the beach while wearing a two-piece white swimsuit. Paige was photographed from her left side, and she was looking at something in front of her.

For the caption, Paige only wrote ‘beach please,’ next to a flower emoji. As soon as she posted that photo, her friends and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

One of them was Instagram user @kellysfahy, who pointed out that Paige was ‘such a beauty’ and that she always ‘kills it.’ User Zonia Jones admitted that the youngest Chestnut member looked ‘majestic.’

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Given the fact that Morris is very private in most aspects of his life, there are not too many details that the public knows about their children Paige and Grant.

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However, I Love Old School Music reported that he used his social media accounts in May 2016 to show how proud he was when Paige graduated from Calabasas High School. Shortly before that, during a conversation he had with Wendy Williams, he shared a couple of aspects about Paige.

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He confessed that she was a good student and a responsible woman and that, at that point, she had an old car that her family used to use even though she was finishing high school at 17 years of age.

Morris later revealed that raising children was not easier only because he was a celebrity because a teenager would be a teenager no matter if the person is a movie star or not.

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The actor, best known as Lance Sullivan in The Best Man and as Dr. Beaumont Rosewood Jr. in the TV show Rosewood, has been married to Pam Chestnut since 1995.

At the moment, the man is focused on his family and his career while waiting for more acting gigs to come.

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