Nicole Ari Parker melts hearts in sweet pic with her kids & husband Boris Kodjoe
The American actress shares a beautiful family photograph, sharing a little fun fact about her husband and the FIFA World Cup in her caption.
Many people were heartbroken when South Korea won against FIFA World Cup defending champions Germany last Thursday. The 2-0 defeat of Germany meant getting eliminated from this year's World Cup in the group stage, something that has not happened since 1954.
Given that Nicole's husband Boris Kodjoe is German-Ghanian, the World Cup loss was something that affected him more than others. Being the supportive wife that she is, she made sure that she and her children made Boris feel better despite the World Cup loss.
In the photo, Nicole, Boris, and their two children Nicolas and Sophia could be seen looking to their left, seeming as if they are deep in thought. Her caption explains a little bit more about why they were posing that way, saying it was to support Kodjoe and what he was feeling at that current moment.
"When Germany loses in the group stage for the 1st time since 1954...and your German-Ghanaian Daddy is staring into the wind...the whole family just gotta hold him up... #WeGothcu #WifeyFingerOnTheArm #itsgonbealright @BorisKodjoe"
Actors Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker first met and fell in-love on the set of "Soul Food". While they played a couple on the show, Parker realized how comfortable they were with one another and eventually got into a relationship and married one another in real life.
Now, 12 years and two kids later, the beautiful couple is still going strong and has beautiful candid moments like the one above, making sure that the fire in their relationship keeps burning.
More than just dutifully being husband and wife to one another, Nicole and Boris have always supported one another being their own true selves in their household, which then keeps the relationship going. Self-love is important to keep their marriage going, and it is through this self-love that they get to communicate effectively and compromise on things that work for both of them and their two children.