In several paparazzi photos, the actress is seen jumping into her retired basketball player husband’s arms, straddling him and pulling him in close for an embrance.
- Jun 22, 2019
Even after being married for five years, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade‘s love for each other is as strong as their love when they were still newlyweds. The lovebirds are currently abroad for the 2019 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, but they still made the time to enjoy the beach along with the children on Friday, June 21.
Not only did they get to have fun with the children in the water, but Gabrielle and Dwyane also got to flaunt their affection towards each other by packing on the PDAs. Rocking a skimpy snakeskin print bikini, the “Bring It On” star was seen jumping into her retired basketball player husband’s arms, straddling him and pulling him in close for an embrance.
Another photo showed Dwyane helping their baby daughter, Kaavia, swim in the water as his son Zion watched with a surprise expression on his face. Over all, the family looked like they were having a great time at the beach.
Gabrielle also took to her Instagram page to share a cute video of her helping baby Kaavia take little steps on the beach. “Steppin Into The Weekend Like…,” so the actress wrote underneath the adorable video.
During their appearance at Cannes, Gabrielle was promoting her TV show with Jessica Alba “L.A.’s Finest” and spoke on a panel at Inkwell Beach Cannes for a conversation with CannesCan Diversity Collective. Dwyane also spoke during the Anheuser-Busch session at the festival. Obviously, the couple also took the time to enjoy quality time for themselves and family. Just recently, they hung out with Ciara and Russell Wilson as well as posed for several couple photos at the beach.
In the photos, the “America’s Got Talent” judge looked stunning in a multi-colored dress by Alberta Ferretti as Dwyane simply opted for a white T-shirt and matching pants. “Family time is the best time,” she captioned the sweet images.
Published at Sat, 22 Jun 2019 15:00:01 +0000