09:04 AM EDT 07/19/2016
Originally posted 07/17/2016 04:05PM
Here comes the bride!
Originally posted 06/21/2016 08:15PM
In her latest blog, the mom-to-be tries to hone in on her newfound mother's intuition
Originally posted 04/23/2016 06:10PM
"I have a great wedding coordinator. The stressed out part – I can leave that aside," she says
Originally posted 04/01/2016 11:35PM
The expectant actress made an appearance Friday in New Jersey
Originally posted 03/31/2016 09:55PM
The couple met on eHarmony
Originally posted 03/29/2015 04:40PM
From Bel-Air to BET – Will Smith and his former costar Tatyana Ali were reunited Saturday at the 2015 Black Girls Rock event.
Originally posted 12/22/2011 07:00PM
It's a (reunited) family affair for the cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air!
Will Smith, the Fresh Prince himself, posted a picture of many cast members from the show, which went off the air in 1996, on his Facebook page Thursday, with the caption, "There's nothin' like spending Holidays with fam."
The photo shows Smith posing with a part of his TV family, the Banks: James Avery (Uncle Phil), Karyn Parsons (Hillary), Alfonso Riberio (Carlton) and Tatyana Ali (Ashley).
Originally posted 10/17/2011 06:30PM
Jaleel White most notably played geeky, annoying neighbor Steve Urkel on the '90s sitcom Family Matters – but since then, the actor, who has portrayed Bruce Lee, Elvis Presley and a member of the opposite sex, doesn't feel recognized for his ability to take on a variety of roles.
"I'm very versatile, but somehow I didn't earn the tag of being called a versatile actor," White, 34, tells PEOPLE. "I'm still chasing that one Vanity Fair tag that says, 'This guy's a versatile actor.' I accept it. It's fine. But for me, it's like what do I have to do to get that [acknowledgement]?"
White, who says he gets "recognized everywhere I go," isn't big on reminiscing about the days of playing the character who made him a household name.
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