Morris Chestnut's 21-year-old son proves he is dad's exact copy in sweet pic
Morris Chestnut's 21-year-old son shared an adorable photo of the father-and-son duo while out watching a sports event. The photo proved the striking resemblance of the Chestnut boys, who shared the same height and body physique.
Grant Harris is the son of Morris Chestnut with his wife Pam Byse, whom he shares another child with named Paige.
According to BCK Online, back then, Morris already knew right when he met Pam that she would make a good wife and mother.
“One of the things that made me truly realize that I wanted her to be my wife is the way she was. She has three older sisters and they have kids. Her nephew was very young at the time, and when we were dating I would see the way she was with kids. I’ve always thought that she was a good person and attractive and all that, but one of the primary reasons why I wanted her to be my wife was because I knew that she would be an excellent mother to my kids.”
Eventually, he did get to marry Pam and have been since 1995. The two have done a great job raising their two children, and the proud father that ever since they were little, he just tried to remind them to be good all the time. He also shared that among the two parents, it is their mother that his children are more afraid of and not him.
"From an early age I would always teach my son, ‘I don’t care what your sister does, you never hit a woman.’ It took a while because kids are kids. But, ‘Never, ever, hit a woman. I don’t care if she does it, you always come tell me.’ I’ve never hit my daughter. My daughter worries about her mother before me. I’m a strong disciplinarian, and they always know certain things are going to get a ‘no’ from me. But when they know they’ve done something wrong they don’t want to feel the wrath of their mother.”
Now that their children are all grown up, the happy family has been spending most of their time attending events and different parties together, bonding over things that they weren't able to while growing up since they were still children.