Along with the “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle” actress catching flights all summer 2019, she’s also been posting more photos of her youthful looks. She took to Instagram Thursday morning and shared a selfie of herself seemingly waiting inside an airport. She and a few loved ones, including her 20-year-old daughter Reginae Carter, are currently on vacation in Saint Martin.
While apparently waiting to board the plane, Wright captured a picture of herself rocking no makeup and sporting a Panama hat. Her curly tresses partially covered the right side of her face as the camera highlighted her beauty marks. She also appeared to be dressed comfortably, wearing a tan cardigan and black tank top.
“Vacation mode turned on ✈️,” the 36-year-old mother of two wrote in her caption.
A great deal of the celeb’s six million followers went gaga over beauty.
“No cap she real life flawless 🙌🏽 so pretty you don’t age a bit❤️”
“What a beauty 💯😍 I swear she getting younger by the day.”
“Girl take me on vacay with you! You are glowing and beautiful bih”
“Beautiful #BrownSkunGirl 👧🏽 lookin like a snack👌 21 I might add ❤️”
Wright and her rumored husband-to-be recently participated in a 5k Walk in Albany, Georgia, on August 3, which was put together by their company “Weight No More.”
“2 Cities left on the WNM 2019 Tour! Come out and Join us. Let’s fight obesity together!💪🏾” she wrote in a post.
During season two of “Friends and Family Hustle,” which finished airing in May, Wright and Rushing talked about making health and fitness a priority for themselves this year, while showing off their intense workout sessions with fitness trainer Kory Phillips.
The reality star’s new fitness venture was inspired by her apparent weight gain after giving birth to 1-year-old daughter Reign Rushing in February 2018.
“After I had my daughter, I was really struggling to find myself again,” she told the audience at Dallas Ultimate Women’s Expo on May 18. “Looking in the mirror was one of those tough things to do because I was gaining this weight. … It was a struggle to get up and get back in the gym.”