Kerry Washington ,showed off her baby bump as she attended the SAG-AFTRA Foundation 7th Annual Golf Classic in Burbank, California.
Kerry cradled her baby bump as she sported a pretty mini dress with white and yellow floral print, paired with black and white
Two days ago, Washington DC’s favorite fixer, Olivia Pope, real name Kerry Washington, announced that she will be taking a “teeny break” from social media.
Well, the actress is not exactly resting on her oars during this so called teeny break, as someone on behalf of the actress posted her most recent cover feature alongside Jennifer Lopez, Regina King, Sarah Paulson, Constance Zimmer, Kirsten Dunst and Julianna Margulies for The Hollywood Reporter’s May Issue. Looking all classic in […]
The Amrican Actress, 39, is expecting her second child with husband Nnamdi Asomugha. She was pictured on Thursday with her cute baby bump as she arrived for a taping of the Jimmy Kimmel Show.
The Amrican Actress, 39, is expecting her second child with husband Nnamdi Asomugha. She was pictured on Thursday with her cute baby bump as she arrived for a taping of the Jimmy Kimmel
While the world was busy peeking into the family of Kerry Washington and her Nigerian Husband Nnamdi Asomugha, searching for clues that point at a possible break up, the couple were busy planning on increasing their family.
Moments ago, E! confirmed that the Scandal star is with child, adding that they had to confirm the news from close sources after she stepped out with her husband for the White House Correspondent Dinner spotting a baby bump.
Washington has never been one to […]
The TV stunner penned a lengthy message to Instagram on Tuesday about the “unfortunate feeling” of seeing her looks adjusted, and called out Adweek for altering her cover shot in their latest issue.
“I just felt weary. It felt strange to look at a picture of myself that is so different from what I look like when I look in the mirror,” she recalled of looking at the photo.
While stressing that she respected the magazine and felt it was an “honor” […]