Porsha Williams turns heads in tight, black dress, flaunting enviable legs in high heels in photo
Popular cast member of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" Porsha Williams shared a photo of herself looking fierce and fabulous in front of an art wall. She also used the opportunity to pass across an important message to her followers.
In the photo, Williams is captured from the side, wearing a tight, black dress that seems to have a cut-out detail baring some skin around her midriff. The form-fitting dress stops just above her knee, exposing enviable legs that trail down to feet clad in black heeled sandals. Williams accessorizes with only a wristwatch and barely visible earrings.
But what is show-stopping about Williams's picture is the fiery red hair that falls all the way down her backside. And yes, she captioned the post with some advice for her 3.5million followers:
"Life's short... Make each hair flip Fabulous #HeyGirl"
Williams sure knows how to live the fabulous life. Her Instagram is filled with glamorous photos and videos featuring the black beauty. She recently also revealed her boyfriend's identity to the world, sharing photos that show just how much in love she is with her man.
In June, she mentioned on her radio show that she was dating, but no one saw his face or knew who he was, and fans only noticed that the hashtag #DM regularly appeared in her posts.
It wasn't until his birthday a few weeks ago that Williams let the world see her new man. Her recurring hashtag then made more sense because her boyfriend's name is Dennis McKinley, a 37-year old Detroit native who owns a hair company.
After the reveal, both Williams and McKinley became increasingly open about their relationship, taking to Instagram to express their love for each other. McKinley shared a close-up photo of the actress and wrote:
“He who finds one of these, finds a good thing!”
Williams also took to her page to show off the lovely flowers her man bought her. She shared a second picture in which she struck a seductive pose with the flowers and sent McKinley a not-so-subtle message:
"Dinner is served"