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‘Definition of Black Is Beautiful’: Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade Show Off Their ‘Divine Black Love’

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade took a moment to enjoy each other as a rainbow appeared overhead, and the pictures turned out as perfect as one might expect.

Union looked refreshed and carefree in a flowy, sheer, cut-out dress as she posed with her hubby, who looked stoic in a short-sleeved,black button-down shirt, black pants with white writing and designs, and a black skull cap.

Gabrielle Union beams as she looks at husband Dwyane Wade. (Photo: @gabunion/Instagram)

The series of images featured the Wades posed in front of a pool, with a larger body of water and mountains behind them, and a rainbow directly behind them.

The pics brought the couple’s celebrity friends out of the woodwork to celebrate their fly love.

“Come thru with the divine black love kissed by a rainbow!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️,” praised “Lovecraft Country” star Jurnee Smollett.

“You two look beautiful together. These photos are special ones for some reason the mood, atmosphere, your expression speaks volumes 😍😍😍,” wrote Oscar-winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter.

Fans commented about how seeing the stylish pair oozing Black love in such a beautiful setting brightened up their timelines.

“Okayyy, my favorite pic this far!!!” a fan exclaimed. “Y’all have a lot of great ones, but this one ….. ❤️🔥❤️🔥❤️🔥.”

“True definition of Black is beautiful…. You both nailed it👏❤,” complimented a second.

“King and Queen,” a third stated.

“The rainbow in the background is everything, beautiful . Love y’all!!!” wrote a fourth.

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The Wades relax and take a “hard reset.”/ Photo Credit: @gabunion/Instagram

Union seems to be putting her mental health and happiness first amid the coronavirus pandemic by spending plenty of time with loved ones. The star recently opened up about how the recent racial climate of the United States, combined with the worldwide pandemic has caused her to struggle with PTSD issues.

“The combination of a pandemic and this racial reckoning, alongside being inundated with [images of] the brutalization of Black bodies, has sent my PTSD into overdrive,” she said. “There’s just terror in my body.”

The actress has been dealing with her struggles through therapy, which she admits helps her “feel freer.”

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