Actor and former fashion model Shemar Moore, best known as Derek Morgan in Criminal Minds, took to Instagram to share a photo of his three ‘baby girls.’
The image showed three of his fans – Nadira, Alyssa, and Kathy – wearing shirts that read ‘Baby Girl’ on their chest. For the caption, Moore confessed that they were the baby girls of the day.
He continued by thanking them for showing their love and support in the fight for finding the cure of Multiple Sclerosis and urged them to keep ‘rocking’ their Baby Girl shirts in style. Part of the proceeds of the clothes sold by Moore goes to the National MS Society.
Further on the caption, Moore pasted the message that the three sisters sent her along with the photo. In it, Nadira confessed to being a ‘huge fan’ from the first moment Moore started acting (The Young and the Restless).
Later, she congratulated the actor for making his dream true as he has come a long way in his career. Finally, Nadira said that she loved watching all the shows Moore works on, including Criminal Minds and SWAT
As soon as Moore uploaded that photo, his followers took to the comment section to praise and keep motivating him. One of them was Instagram user James Childrey, who said that Moore got three classy ladies to show their support for his cause.
That photo was uploaded a couple of months after Moore revealed that he was getting to know someone who may become Ms. Moore anytime soon.
During the Grammy Awards held in January 2018, the actor was spotted walking on the red carpet with actress Anabelle Acosta, a Cuban-born American film and TV actress best known as Natalie Vasquez in Quantico.
In a conversation Moore had with Entertainment Tonight, he revealed that he wrote Acosta an email asking her out for the night.
He admitted to going back to his creative writing classes as he got his mom in his head, showed respect, and was ‘a poet.’
Acosta later confessed that Moore had been a real gentleman as it had been a sweet gesture, so she had to write back and they ended up going together to the event.